READING THE TEXTS OF THE BIBLE: WITH ILLUSTRATIVE REFERENCE TO PSALM 25

Dirk Human

Abstract


Various exegetical methods have been used to discover the semantic content or meaning of biblical texts. In this article a well-approved exegetical process is suggested to the Bible teacher who hardly knows anything about the biblical languages, Greek and Hebrew. This process is practically illustrated by Psalm 25. It intends to stimulate the reading of Bible texts by any Bible student.

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Psalm 25; semantic content

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/49-0-1623

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