Goldsworthy on Biblical Theology for the church (text and audio)

From Russ Moore:

In the past several weeks, Southern Seminary has heard four lectures on appropriating biblical theology for the preaching, witness, and ministry of the church. Graeme Goldsworthy, retired lecturer in hermeneutics and Old Testament at Moore Theological College, just finished Gheens Lectures entitled “And Beginning with Moses and All the Prophets: Biblical Theology in the Church, the Academy, and the Home.”

The printed text of each of Professor Goldsworthy’s lectures can be accessed below:

Lecture One: The Necessity and Viability of Biblical Theology

Lecture Two: Biblical Theology in the Seminary and Bible College

Lecture Three: Biblical Theology and Its Pastoral Application

(HT: Moore to the Point)

You can also download the audio:

  1. “The Necessity and Viability of Biblical Theology” (MP3)
  2. “Biblical Theology in the Seminary and Bible College” (MP3)
  3. “Biblical Theology and Its Pastoral Application” (MP3)

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About pjtibayan

I love Jesus Christ and live to share life and share Jesus together with First Southern Baptist Church of Bellflower primarily to Southeast Los Angeles County.
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One Response to Goldsworthy on Biblical Theology for the church (text and audio)

  1. I have an idea for a new sort of biblical (and other religious text) hermeneutic: namely, identifying and extracting all of the passages that could involve the tinge of the writer’s or the religion’s self-interest. What sort of text would emerge? If you are interested, pls see my post at http://deligentia.wordpress.com/2009/11/01/self-interest-in-religion-and-the-related-conflicts-of-interest/

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