Christian apologetics is the art of using reason and logic to demonstrate the validity and reasonableness of faith.
Survey of the Bible aims to give the reader/listener an overview of the entire story of the Bible by identifying the core events and teachings of each book and resulting in a strong working framework from which to understand the specifics of scripture.
Hermeneutics deals with the frameworks and constraints a student of scripture uses in order to develop a proper exegetical interpretation of God’s word.
An important subset of hermeneutical disciplines, typology deals with types and symbols in scripture and their proper use as exegetical tools for interpretation.
Ryrie’s review of the book, American Bible: History of the Good Book in the United States by Paul Gujahr
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