Grammatical Historical Hermeneutic

Is there conclusive and significant evidence that the Apostle’s and writers of the New Testament used this method?

My upbringing in Evangelical Christianity seemed to indicate that this is the only acceptable standard of interpretation. My personal experience and readings contraindicate this greatly.

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  • Can you tell me more about your personal experience and reading, as well as how they contradict each other?

  • What is grammatical-historical hermeneutics?

  • How come religion is for the educated? How come many had to rely on others to read so they’d know these stories?

  • What caused the change where others can read and not depend on others to read?

  • Why are there modern Hebrew letters on scrolls? Does this confuse many people who are unaware of modern Hebrew letters because they think this is ancient lettering when it’s modern Hebrew letters written on a scroll? What are your thoughts on how Greeks and Hebrews compare when it comes to grammatical-historical hermeneutics?

I suppose it depends what you mean by it.

I, too, have personal experience; I would write about what allowing unconditional love to teach me has taught me. I’m hoping you’ll explain more about your personal experiences and the contradictions that you read so that we can explore further if you’re willing; remember, I’m learning.

  • Personally, I have a friendship with “unconditional love,” who lives inside me. I study stories and other people’s beliefs and languages online, and when I explore deeper, I understand how we’re all connected. It’s my analysis, as I try to figure out if we’re all included in their religion—even if they’ve excluded others. I’m curious why they would exclude people from their religion; how come they’d not learn we’re all included? I believe we are all here to learn and eventually heal as we live forever. In the middle of my circumstances, I allow the Holy Spirit to teach me.

  • What is Grammatical Historical Hermeneutics?

  • Grammatical-historical hermeneutics is a method of interpretation that takes into account the author’s historical context as well as traditional grammar and syntax conventions. Am I understanding correctly?

  • I have a relationship with my best friend who lives in me who feeds my spirit - how would I include this to others stories, allowing to teach me.

  • For example, the letter H ה in Abraham, which I also enjoyed learning.

H Hebrew Letter...

Modern Hebrew letter H ה

Rama - Abram - Abraham

ה H? Why?

  • How come the letter H was so significant in Abraham’s name? The addition of ‘H’ to the name Abram represents the extension of his writ to all

  • I learnt more about the Hebrew letter H, which is ה

  • These scrolls are modern but transcribed from older versions

  • The Hebrew letter H ה is extremely amazing.

  • The letter H ה in the name of Abraham is 5 or 1:4 1 is the little upper line that’s detached and 4 is the other area.

  • ה Heh (Hei) is the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet

  • ה letter H. The yud (the detached left leg) represents G‑d. and thus spirituality. I think that’s the little upward line. So in a way would that be the inner ‘I’ we all carry? The other line is the physical world, called the dalet.

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