New Testament: Interpreting Hebrews - Dale Martin 18/23  

269 views · 1 day ago   |   2 years ago     48:06
Video Description (from Youtube)
Introduction to New Testament (RLST 152)

There are many ways of interpreting the text, and ancient methods of interpretation may seem bizarre to our modern sensibilities. The New Testament offers us many examples of how an early Christian might interpret the text of the Hebrew Bible, which was their scripture. The Letter to the Hebrews, which is not really a letter but a speech of encouragement, structures its argument around the thesis that Jesus' liturgy and priesthood is superior to that in the Hebrew Bible. The author of Hebrews proves this through several interesting interpretations of passages from the Hebrew Bible.

00:00 - Chapter 1. What Does A Text Mean? Methods of Interpretation
14:23 - Chapter 2. The Interpretation of the Hebrew Bible in the New Testament
23:42 - Chapter 3. The Letter to the Hebrews: A Speech of Encouragement
29:35 - Chapter 4. The Outline of the Epistle
34:39 - Chapter 5. Hebrews As Synkrisis: A Comparison between the Superior and the Inferior

Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses

This course was recorded in Spring 2009.


Shared on: 04 May 2017

DISCLAIMER All videos are for educational purposes only. The video is hosted on the Youtube website. Video titles are derived from the original video title, video content, dialogue, speech or general content theme. Video titles are edited and optimized for SEO, keyword density, information and Google search purposes. If you spot any mistake, omission or to report abuse kindly contact us.





107   videos similar to 'New Testament'





Be Informed on Social :      Facebook Page  |    Twitter  |    Youtube
About Us  |  Help/FAQ  |  Contact Us    •    Terms  |  Privacy/Disclaimer
MuslimProphets.com is an educational website focused on the fundamental teachings of the 'Prophets of God': Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad, who established the Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. MuslimProphets.com explores contemporary social themes through Scripture, Evidences, Photo, Video, Maps, Current Affairs, Debate and 'alternative' Views held by Theologians, Apologists, Scholars and Street Preachers. Take a Site Tour

In accordance with Islamic etiquette, all prophet names should be followed with 'Peace Be Upon Him (PBUH)'. This is omitted to minimise text.

DISCLAIMER: All website content is for general information and educational purposes only. Whilst all information comes from sources believed to be reliable, this cannot be guaranteed. External links are provided for convenience purposes. They do not constitute endorsement or approval for any products, services or comments by organizations or individuals. External links text may be edited to improve internal site and keyword search options. We bear no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content found on the linked external site or its subsequent links. Unless indicated, all images and content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License distributed by Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Pixabay, Pxhere, Pexels or Flickr. All Torah, Psalms, Old and New Testament Bible quotes are from the King James Version (KJV) Holy Bible in the public domain. All Quran quotes are from Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali/Muhsin Khan English Quran translation. You are invited to always conduct your own research. If you spot any mistake, error or omission of information, contact us so we can correct it.