Biblical Reasoning, with Bobby Jamieson & Tyler Wittman

Bobby Jamieson and Tyler Wittman join Derek and Alastair to discuss their new book on theologically faithful rules for exegesis.

There’s been a divorce between the disciplines of Biblical Studies and Systematic Theology. Representing both of those disciplines, Dr. Bobby Jamieson and Dr. Tyler Wittman authored a book that bridges the divide and shows explores how the principles of each enriches the understanding of the other.

Links & Resources Mentioned:

Lexham Press Book of the Month

Merrie Band

Bobby Jamieson

Tyler Wittman

Biblical Reasoning: Christological and Trinitarian Rules for Exegesis, by R.B. Jamieson and Tyler R. Wittman

“Biblical Reasoning,” by Dr. John Webster


Remythologizing Theology: Divine Action, Passion, and Authorship, by Kevin Vanhoozer [affiliate link]

Homilies on the Gospel of John, by Augustine


Replacements for Matt and Andrew
Biblical Reasoning, Not Just Hermeneutics
New Testament Studies vs. Dogmatics
Chipping Away at the Divide
Reading the Bible in a Way Worthy of God
What Modern Exegesis Gains from Ancient Principles
When to Use Which Rule
Being Taught by the Gospel of John in Particular
Forgotten Ways of Engaging the Text

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