2016 – Does Literal Interpretation Still Have a Place in Biblical Studies?

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The presenters of papers at the Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics 2016 are given a month or so to update their papers in light of the discussions at the Council.  Then they are posted for public use.  Here are the updated papers (no password is necessary):

Council Materials

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Mark McGinniss, “Is Literal Literally the Best Term

Tom Baurain, “How Literal is Literal?

Mike Stallard, “Emile Guers and Charles Ryrie

David Mappes, “Contemporary Challenges

Joel Williamson, “You Don’t Say

Thomas Baurain, “Charles Ryrie: The Influence of a Quiet Scholar” [no paper]

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Elliott Johnson, “E. D. Hirsch and Literal Interpretation

James Fazio, “Grammatical Historical Interpretation and the Gap in Daniel 9

Mike Stallard, “The Literalness of Numbers in the Book of Revelation

Bruce Baker, “Political Action and Traditional Dispensationalism

Cory Marsh, “Kingdom Hermeneutics

Christopher Cone, “Foreshadowing and Fulfillment


Keywords: #Ryrie, #Grammatical-Historical