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Historic Protestantism and evangelicalism has always been committed to the authority of Scripture and interested in the proper interpretation of the Bible. They uphold the motto: As Scripture says, God says; and as God says, Scripture says. Many today claim this type of reasoning is faulty, since individuals can no longer know the true meaning of Scripture because there are no stable metaphysical or epistemological frameworks. Moreover, they claim that approaches, such as the one presented by Carl F. H. Henry, no longer provide adequate grounds to address the pressing hermeneutical issues. This study responds to these types of claims showing each of these proposals is based upon faulty first principles or misrepresentations. This book surveys hermeneutical innovations and Henry's epistemological hermeneutic to show that Henry's epistemology is foundational to his hermeneutic, offering present-day evangelicals an epistemologically justified approach to hermeneutics as epistemology and methodology. The book will be of importance to those with interest in evangelical hermeneutics or philosophical hermeneutics in general. It provides a clear assessment of the impact of Carl F. H. Henry's epistemology and hermeneutic, and strives to respond to criticisms raised against his Augustinian, Reformed, revelational, cognitive-propositional hermeneutic. ""The decisive way to counter error in biblical understanding is to outflank it at the level of its own arbitrary first principles, and to set biblically based first principles in their place. Dr. Roach shows us very fully how Carl Henry did this, by setting current hermeneutical fashions in the corrective frame of an Augustinian, Bible-based, cognitive-propositional account of how God reveals, and how we receive, his word of truth. As Henry was masterful in doing this on the grand scale, so Roach is masterful in vindicating Henry against those who would critique or ignore him. This is a very valuable piece of work."" --J. I. Packer, Professor of Theology, Regent College and Co-founder of ICBI ""Carl F. H. Henry was a theological titan--a man whose theology is worthy of careful academic investigation. William Roach's assessment of Henry's hermeneutics is both stimulating and illuminating. Readers will find this book to be a well-researched and careful investigation of Henry's theology and a welcome addition to existing scholarship on him."" --R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary ""During a century when liberal and neo-orthodox theologians were insisting upon non-cognitive and modified cognitive views of propositional revelation; Carl F. H. Henry helped to define and defend the classic evangelical stance of the Bible as cognitive-propositional revelation. During our time serving together on the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, Henry and the rest of the ICBI leaders sought to clearly articulate the evangelical view and resist all opposing views. However, sadly, in our day, there has been a resurgence of liberal and neo-orthodox theology among evangelical theologians. In his work, Hermeneutics as Epistemology, William Roach evaluates Henry's views and reintroduces him into the current dialogues in hermeneutics. You will find his work to be well-researched, faithful to Henry, and a powerful defense of evangelical bibliology and hermeneutics."" --Norman L. Geisler, Former President of ETS and Co-founder of ICBI ""Carl F. H. Henry was one of evangelicals' premiere thinkers in the latter half of the twentieth century. He guided and shaped the movement as much, if not more so, than any other person, especially in terms of rigorous theological reflection. For him to vanish into the dustbin of history would be a tragic loss for the twenty-first century. A number of scholars have sought to ensure this does not happen. Roach is one such individual. This book is a welcome addition to the growing scholarship on Henry. I am delighted to welcome






Historic Protestantism and evangelicalism has always been committed to the authority of Scripture and interested in the proper interpretation of the Bible. They uphold the motto: As Scripture says, God says; and as God says, Scripture says. Many today claim this type of reasoning is faulty, since individuals can no longer know the true meaning of Scripture because there are no stable metaphysical or epistemological frameworks. Moreover, they claim that approaches, such as the one presented by Carl F. H. Henry, no longer provide adequate grounds to address the pressing hermeneutical issues. This study responds to these types of claims showing each of these proposals is based upon faulty first principles or misrepresentations. This book surveys hermeneutical innovations and Henry's epistemological hermeneutic to show that Henry's epistemology is foundational to his hermeneutic, offering present-day evangelicals an epistemologically justified approach to hermeneutics as epistemology and methodology. The book will be of importance to those with interest in evangelical hermeneutics or philosophical hermeneutics in general. It provides a clear assessment of the impact of Carl F. H. Henry's epistemology and hermeneutic, and strives to respond to criticisms raised against his Augustinian, Reformed, revelational, cognitive-propositional hermeneutic. ""The decisive way to counter error in biblical understanding is to outflank it at the level of its own arbitrary first principles, and to set biblically based first principles in their place. Dr. Roach shows us very fully how Carl Henry did this, by setting current hermeneutical fashions in the corrective frame of an Augustinian, Bible-based, cognitive-propositional account of how God reveals, and how we receive, his word of truth. As Henry was masterful in doing this on the grand scale, so Roach is masterful in vindicating Henry against those who would critique or ignore him. This is a very valuable piece of work."" --J. I. Packer, Professor of Theology, Regent College and Co-founder of ICBI ""Carl F. H. Henry was a theological titan--a man whose theology is worthy of careful academic investigation. William Roach's assessment of Henry's hermeneutics is both stimulating and illuminating. Readers will find this book to be a well-researched and careful investigation of Henry's theology and a welcome addition to existing scholarship on him."" --R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary ""During a century when liberal and neo-orthodox theologians were insisting upon non-cognitive and modified cognitive views of propositional revelation; Carl F. H. Henry helped to define and defend the classic evangelical stance of the Bible as cognitive-propositional revelation. During our time serving together on the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, Henry and the rest of the ICBI leaders sought to clearly articulate the evangelical view and resist all opposing views. However, sadly, in our day, there has been a resurgence of liberal and neo-orthodox theology among evangelical theologians. In his work, Hermeneutics as Epistemology, William Roach evaluates Henry's views and reintroduces him into the current dialogues in hermeneutics. You will find his work to be well-researched, faithful to Henry, and a powerful defense of evangelical bibliology and hermeneutics."" --Norman L. Geisler, Former President of ETS and Co-founder of ICBI ""Carl F. H. Henry was one of evangelicals' premiere thinkers in the latter half of the twentieth century. He guided and shaped the movement as much, if not more so, than any other person, especially in terms of rigorous theological reflection. For him to vanish into the dustbin of history would be a tragic loss for the twenty-first century. A number of scholars have sought to ensure this does not happen. Roach is one such individual. This book is a welcome addition to the growing scholarship on Henry. I am delighted to welcome


by M Westphal 1999 Cited by 35 Hermeneutics as epistemology. We have to admit that 1 for Ricoeur at the beginning of his work hermeneutics as one can find it in Le conflit des interprétations was never a main topic hermeneutics as hermeneutic intelligence was always a solution to a certain problem and never a problem in itself and 2 that. He makes it clear that he is not offering with help from Quine and Sellars a new and better epistemology but a complete abandonment of the whole idea of a theory of knowledge for which no legitimate task can be identified. Hermeneutics as Epistemology A Critical Assessment of Carl F. Where epistemology is concerned with commensurability hermeneutics is no more than a way of coping.


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Philosophy and the Abrahamic Religions Scriptural Hermeneutics and Epistemology Torrance Kirby Torrance Kirby Rahim Acar Bilal Bas on Amazon.com. Fordham University Press 2009. Laval théologique et philosophique. Epistemology As Hermeneutics. See full list on defendinginerrancy.com . Hermeneutics. Epistemology tries to get it right in order to close the discussion but hermeneutics tries to . on Amazon.com. The study of literature and history has of course taken many different forms as different ideas about the ontology of the text hermeneutics history culture and epistemology have waxed and waned. Summary Richard Rorty announces the end of epistemology in Part 3 of Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature entitled From Epistemology to . A brief treatment of hermeneutics follows. Nicholas Davey University of Dundee . Moreover hermeneutics is the study of human cultural activity as texts with a view towards interpretation to find intended or expressed meanings Kvale 1996. Geisler Former President of ETS and Cofounder of ICBI . Download for offline reading highlight bookmark or take notes while you read The Routledge Companion to Hermeneutics. Phenomenology is the philosophical tradition that seeks to understand the world through directly experiencing the phenomena.


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