“Ad fontes,” said Erasmus. Return to the sources! The brand new Tyndale House Greek New Testament uses a distinct methodology to attempt to do just that. Does it succeed? Dr. Todd Scacewater, founder of Exegetical Tools, explains the point of a new Greek New Testament and gives an in-depth review of this new effort from Crossway.
The new Tyndale House GNT fights a rising trend in textual criticism. Here’s some historical context.
On reading literally, why allegory isn’t helpful, what to do when visiting Erfurt, and more.
A brave book tracing the history of interpretation and developing a hermeneutic grounded in the reformers and refined by critical tools.
Heard In This Episode: 2:21 – Doctrine inevitably and necessarily informs exegesis. 8:50 – How can students of Scripture recognize the doctrine they bring to the text and still submit themselves to the Word? Can we “do good theology” and be good exegetes? 14:50 – What should readers expect from the Five Solas series, and how does it compare to Barrett’s Reformation Theology? 23:23 – The Reformers were biblical scholars and churchmen. 24:47 – Why…