Implication and Application in Exposition: A Complementary Relationship, Part 1: Expositional Definitions and Applicational Categories

Carl Hargrove | August 2, 2019

A significant concern for the expositor is navigating the relationship of interpretation and application. A part of the navigation is understanding the complement of the implications of a given text to the proper application. Teachers and expositors who want to make meaningful application of the passage or verse must bear in mind appropriate principles if they are to navigate from the ancient context to their con- temporary audiences; if not, there will be misapplication on the one hand or not using the Scriptures to bear on the actions of listeners on the other.

Vol. 30, no. 1 (Spring 2019)

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Hargrove, Carl. "Implication and Application in Exposition: A Complementary Relationship, Part 1: Expositional Definitions and Applicational Categories." The Master's Seminary Journal 30, no. 1 (Spring 2019): 65–91.