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Biblical Interpretation Resources

A guide for students and researchers interpreting biblical texts. This guide includes original language resources, exegetical tools, and guidance on scholarly commentary and interpretation.

Guides to Exegesis

Introductory books on scholarly methods for Biblical exegesis.

These books are great starting points when considering different approaches in interpreting Biblical texts. Because exegetical methods and practices are diverse, it's important not to rely on how any one scholar defines exegesis and appropriate methods for interpretation. The authors of the books below offer one perspective.

Finding Aid:

For Shelf-Browsing books on exegesis, see

  • BS 476 -- Principles of Biblical Interpretation.
  • BS 2331 -- New Testament Hermeneutics