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by Richard Briggs

Author: Richard Briggs
Subcategory: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: Scripture Union Publishing (October 16, 1998)
Pages: 64 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.8
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More by Richard S. Briggs. Light to Live by: How to Interpret the Bible. Words in Action: Speech Act Theory and Biblical Interpretation. It's Been a Quiet Week in the Global Village. Living for God: Studies for Disciples in the 21st Century. Richard S. Briggs, Melody Briggs. Reading the Bible Wisely.

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The Bible is God’s Word. We need, as best as can be had, the guidance of the Holy Spirit in interpreting God’s Word. But some of the interpretations derived from it are not. There are many cults and Christian groups that use the Bible - claiming their interpretations are correct. Too often, however, the interpretations not only differ dramatically but are clearly contradictory. This does not mean that the Bible is a confusing document. Because we are sinners, we are incapable of interpreting God’s word perfectly all of the time. The body, mind, will, and emotions are affected by sin and make 100% interpretive accuracy impossible.

Richard Briggs (born 1952) is a Republican member of the Tennessee Senate representing the 7th district, which encompasses part of Knox County. Richard Briggs was born on December 7, 1952. He attended the University of Kentucky Medical School receiving his . and then completed a surgical residency and cardiothoracic fellowship at Brooke Army Medical Center. He served in war zones including Desert Storm, Afghanistan and Iraq as a trauma surgeon. He retired from the army with the rank of colonel.

Dr Richard Briggs is Tutor in Old Testament and Hermeneutics and Associate MA Director at Cranmer Hall, Durham University. He has worked with Operation Mobilisation in Belgium, done pastoral work in London, and taught at All Nations Christian College. His Phd at Nottingham University looked at 'speech-act' theory as part of hermeneutics. He has also written 'It's been a quiet week in the global village' (Triangle) and 'Reading the Bible wisely (SPCK). He is married with two children.

Biblical interpretation expert Richard S. Briggs presents a rich and thought-provoking portrait, or series of portraits, of the kind of character most needed to be a good reader of the Old Testament

Biblical interpretation expert Richard S. Briggs presents a rich and thought-provoking portrait, or series of portraits, of the kind of character most needed to be a good reader of the Old Testament. He highlights the moral character or virtues most appropriate to the varied tasks of reading the Old Testament, provides insight on theological interpretation, and examines five ways the Old Testament improves our ability to read Scripture well.