* Expelled Producer Gives Scoop to BEL: Do you remember that BEL helped American RTL promote Ben Stein's movie Expelled? Today, Stein's producer John Sullivan emailed BEL writing:
"Bob, thank you for the suggestion [about Brian Rohrbough]. As we work on a follow up project to Expelled we are planning to include the interview with Brian. I actually went to Littleton and spent an afternoon with Brian. It was very eye opening about what really happened in Columbine HS and the motivation. Cheers, John Sullivan"
* The Dominican Republic Banned Abortion - AGAIN: Do you remember that Keith Mason of PersonhoodUSA helped organize a two-week tour de force anti-abortion blitz of the Dominican Republic? If you know right from wrong, you'll be thrilled to hear that the Dominican Republic voted 167 to 32 to uphold the right to life of the unborn in their new constitution!
* Register for Bob Enyart's Hermeneutics Seminar or Get the CD! Come on out at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday April 29th to Denver's Brown Palace to enjoy Bob Enyart's Hermeneutics seminar on Tools for Studying the Bible! Registration is only $30 for a person (anyone from the first moment of their biological life) and $50 for a couple (a man and woman). If you can't attend, you can purchase the Hermeneutics seminar on CD for $34.99. Just call the BEL studio at 1-800-8Enyart (836-9278)!
* Hierarchy of 16 Hermeneutics: a hermeneutic is a tool for understanding the Bible. Proper hermeneutics are invaluable. At Bob Enyart's April 29th seminar in Denver's famous Brown Palace hotel, we'll study this prioritized list of hermeneutics:
God: existence, eternity, and entity (i.e., the Godhead)
His Story: the plot, or storyline, of the Bible (grasping the Bible's overview is the key to its details)
His Nature: living, personal, relational, good, and loving (includes J.O.N.A.H. & N.O.A.H.)
Christological: Christ-centered, the text is His Word (the work of the righteous, and hatred of the wicked)
[Here, the third hermeneutic, His Nature, now takes precedence over, and swaps places with, His Story]
Context prioritized: God's Nature; His Story; the dispensation; the book; chapter; paragraph; sentence
Literalness: Scripture presents a literal message, and contains figures of speech, symbols, parables, and poetry
Historical/Grammatical: method emphasizes original languages, cultural and historical setting
Covenantal vs. Dispensational Principle: Paul instructs students to "rightly divide the Word" 2 Tim 2:15
Prophetic: Speaking God's Word; also, predictive prophecy; and non-prophecy (predictive only in hindsight)
Sufficiency Principle: Scripture presents ample revelation on everything vital to our spirituality (accountability)
Spiritually Discerned: God gave His Word to the world to lead men to Christ, but much is written to His own
Typology: people, events, objects, rituals, etc. serve as symbols of Christ, salvation, heaven, etc.
Inerrancy: Not translators and scribes but the original autographs (like DNA) were breathed by the Holy Spirit
Numerology: numbers at times are symbolic: 3 for God, 6 for man, 12 for Israel, 40 for judgment, etc.
First-Mention: knowledge of good and evil leads to death; seed of the woman; justification by faith
Hebrew Parallelisms: poetry; couplets; alternation; inversions; story symmetry
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