Interpreting The Scripture Through Figures OF Speech And Allegory.

Figures of speech express an idea more forcefully. The use of a figure of speech and allegory is always interesting. Usually colourful, and generally interesting in scriptural interpretation.   Picture yourself on a plane flying at a steady cruising speed above the clouds. As long as the plane flies on at a steady place, … Read more

Interpreting Scriptures By Context

Interpreting Scriptures By Context A text without a context is a pretext.” Almost all false teachings are based on a disregard of context, the use of isolated, so-called “proof texts” to support an unscriptural point of view. Tear a text out of its context and we can make the Bible say that there is no … Read more


  The major prophets, according to some schools of thought, are Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. These adjectives ‘Major’ and ‘Minor‘ do not indicate the importance of the prophets; rather they indicate the relative lengths of the writings of the prophets. In the time Biblical sense, a prophet is one who speaks for God. These … Read more

Interpeting Types, Parables And Prophecies In The Bible.

In the Bible, a type is a species of prophecy. Some interpreters feel that only Old Testament passages specially quoted in the New Testament as types can be legitimately regarded as such. That, I believe, is too narrow a rule. Such a rule would not allow us to regard Joseph as a type of Christ. … Read more

The Biblical Dispensational Covenants.

Biblical Contexts In Modern Bible Interpretation.

While studying the Biblical Dispensational Covenants, it is of vital importance to note that God has communicated with Man in various ways and at various eras according to Hebrews 1:1. The Biblical Dispensational Covenants. Regrettably, the word dispensation has become a fighting word. Some have wrongly divided the word of truth and brought dispensational teaching … Read more

The Laws Of Mention And Devotional Rule Of Biblical Interpretation.

Three fundamental criteria can be used to evaluate whether a major biblical issue is mentioned in the Bible. These criteria are known as the laws of mention and devotional rules of biblical interpretation. However, brilliant attention to these will provide the comfort required from the study since God is aware of our needs and enjoys … Read more


  What is the definition of biblical hermeneutics? Biblical hermeneutics in short is the study of the principles of interpreting God’s Word (the bible). Hermeneutics is both science and art; an interpreter must view the hermeneutics process, to properly understand God’s Word, which must be conducted within the context of our relationship and total reliance … Read more

The Minor Prophets

The Hebrew Bible comprises the books of 12 minor prophets. Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi are among them. They are also known as The Twelve Prophets or The Minor Prophets. The book of Haggai also referred to as The Prophecy Of Aggeus, is the tenth of 12 antique … Read more


A Canadian scholar was quoted as saying that sermons today are spiritless, irrelevant, dull, and is badly delivered. Homiletics is a subject, that is as old as Christianity. Christ and His disciples quoted other scriptures that used illustrations, parables to communicate the divine truth to people. Paul and church fathers cited the Scriptures in their … Read more


THE PASTORAL EPISTLES are the books of the canonical New Testament: the First Epistle to Timothy (Timothy 1), the Second Epistle of Timothy (2 Timothy), and the Epistle to Titus. Alternate nomenclatures have been proposed for the group of three letters: “Corpus Pastorale,” meant to highlight the intentional forgery of letters as a three-part corpus, … Read more