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Achtemeier, Elizabeth. “The Artful Dialogue: Some Thoughts on the Relation of Biblical Studies and Homiletics.” Interpretation 35 (1981): 18-31.

 

      The Old Testament and the Proclamation of the Gospel. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1973.

 

      “The Relevance of the Old Testament for Christian Preaching.” In A Light unto My Path: Old Testament Studies in Honor of Jacob M. Myers, edited by Howard N. Bream, Ralph Heim, and Carey A. Moore, pp. 3-24. Philadelphia: Temple University, 1974.

 

Bjornard, Reidar B. “Christian Preaching from the Old Testament.” Review and Expositor 56 (1959): 8-19. Includes bibliography.

 

Blackman, E. C. “The Task of Exegesis.” In The Background of the New Testament and Its Eschatology: In Honor of Charles Harold Dodd, edited by W. D. Davies and David Daube, pp. 3-26. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1964.

 

Braga, James. How to Prepare Bible Messages: A Manual on Homiletics for Bible Students. Portland: Multnomah, 1969.

 

Bright, John. The Authority of the Old Testament. Nashville: Abingdon, l967. Reprint. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1975. Pp. 161-212, “The Old Testament in the Christian Pulpit: General Hermeneutical Considerations.”

 

Bruce, F. F. “The Earliest Old Testament Interpretations.” In The Witness of Tradition: Papers Read at the Joint British-Dutch Old Testament Conference Held at Woudschoten, 1970, pp. 37-52. Oudtestamentische Studiën, edited by A. S. Van Der Woude, 17. Leiden: Brill, 1972. Analyzes Old Testament interpretation in the Prophets and in Psalm titles.

 

Bultmann, Rudolf. Essays: Philosophical and Theological. Translated by James C. G. Greig. London: SCM, 1955. Pp. 234-261, “The Problem of Hermeneutics.”

 

     Existence and Faith: Shorter Writings of Rudolf Bultmann. Edited and translated by Schubert M. Ogden. New York: Meridian, 1960. Pp. 289-296, “Is Exegesis Without Presuppositions Possible?”

 

Buttrick, David G. “Interpretation and Preaching.” Interpretation 35 (1981): 46-58.

 

Caemmerer, Richard R., Sr. "Why Preach from Biblical Texts? Reflections on lYadition and Practice." Interpretation 35 (1981): 5-17.

 

Chafer, Rollin Thomas. “A Syllabus of Studies in Hermeneutics.” Bibliotheca Sacra 91 (1934): 457-462; 93 (1936): 110-118, 201-203, 331-35; 94 (1937): 72-94, 207-217, 470-478; 95 (1938): 91-101.

 

Craddock, Fred B. “Occasion-Text-Scrmon.” Interpretation 35 (1981): 59-71.

 

Cunliffe-Jones, H. “The Problems of Biblical Exposition” Expository Times 65 (1953-54): 4-7.

 

Daane, James. Preaching with Confidence: A Theological Essay on the Power of the Pulpit. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1980.

 

Dreher, Bruno. “Exegesis and Proclamation” Tanslated by John Griffiths. In Theology, Exegesis, and Proclamation, edited by Roland E. Murphy, pp. 56-66. New York: Herder and Herder, 1971.

 

Ensign, Grayson H. “The Correct Method of Biblical Hermeneutics: Its Basic Factors Identified and Described.” Seminary Review 24 (1978): 73-99.

 

Forstman, H. Jackson. “What Does It Mean ‘to Preach from the Bible’?” Encounter 21 (1960): 218-231.

 

Furnish, Victor Paul. “Some Practical Guidelines for New Testament Exegesis,” Perkins School of Theology Journal 26 (1973): 1-16.

 

Gowan, Donald E. Reclaiming the Old Testament for the Christian Pulpit. Atlanta: John Knox, 1980.

 

Graesser, Carl, Jr. “Preaching from the Old Testament.” Concordia Theological Monthly 38 (1967): 525-534.

 

Greidanus, Sidney. Sola Scriptura: Problems and Principles in Preaching Historical Texts. Toronto: Wedge, 1970.

 

Haller, Edward. “Όn the Interpretive Task.” Iranslated by Ruth Grob. Interpretation 21 (1967): 158-166.

 

Hanson, R. P. C. “Biblical Exegesis in the Early Church” In Cambridge History of the Bible, edited by Peter R. Ackroyd and C. F. Evans. 3 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1970. 1:412-454.

 

Hope, Robert. “Preach the Old Testament.” Theological Students Fellowship Bulletin (1970): 1-2.

 

Jasper, F. N. “Preaching in the Old Testament.” Expository Times 80 (1968-69): 356-361. Johnson, John F. “Analogia Fidei as Hermeneutical Principle.” Springfielder 36(1972-73): 249-259.

 

Jones, Peter Rhea. “Biblical Hermeneutics.” Review and Expositor 72 (1975): 139-147.

 

Kaiser, Otto, and Kümmel, Werner Georg. Exegetical Method: A Student's Handbook. Translated by E. V. N. Goetchius. New York: Seabury, 1967.

 

Käsemann, Ernst. “Protestant Exegesis on the Way to the World Church: Looking Back.” Australian Biblical Review 26 (1978): 2-13.

 

Kessler, Martin. “New Directions in Biblical Exegesis.” Scottish Journal of Theology 24 (1971): 317-325.

 

Klooster, Fred H. “Toward a Reformed Hermeneutic." Theological Bulletin 2 (1974): 1-16.

 

Klug, Eugene F. “The End of the Historical-Critical Method: A Review Article.” Springfielder 38 (1974-75): 289-302.

 

Knight, George A. F. “New Perspectives in Old Testament Interpretation.” Bible Translator 19 (1968): 50-58.

 

Kraus, Hans-Joachim. “Calvin’s Exegetical Principles.” Translated by Keith Crim. Interpretation 31 (1977): 8-18.

 

Landes, George M. “Biblical Exegesis in Crisis: What Is the Exegetical Task in a Theological Context?” Union Seminary Quarterly Review 26 (1970-71): 273-298.

 

Loretz, Oswald. “The Church and Biblical Exegesis.” Translated by John Griffiths. In Theology, Exegesis, and Proclamation, edited by Roland E. Murphy, pp. 67-79. New York: Herder and Herder, 1971.

 

Lys, Daniel. The Meaning of the Old Testament: An Essay on Hermeneutics. Nashville: Abingdon, 1967. Pp. 146-172, “The Appropriation of the Old Testament.”

 

McCurley, Foster R., Jr. Proclaiming the Promise: Christian Preaching from the Old Testament. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1974.

 

McKenzie, John L. “lProblems of Hermeneutics in Romair Catholic Exegesis.” Journal of Biblical Literature 77 (1958): 197-204.

 

Madherbe, Abraham J. “Αn Introduction: The Task and Method of Exegesis.” Restoration Quarterly 5 (1961): 169-178.

 

Mare, W. Harold. “Guiding Principles for Historical Grammatical Exegesis.” Grace Journal 14 (Fall 1973): 14-25.

 

Marrow, Stanley B. Basic Tools for Biblical Exegesis. Rome: Biblical Institute, 1976.

 

Marshall, I. Howard, ed. New Testament Interpretation: Essays on Principles and Methods. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1977.

 

Mayer, Herbert T. “The Old Testament in the Pulpit.” Concordia Theological Monthly 35 (1964): 603-608.

 

Meuer, Siegfried. “What Is Biblical Preaching? Exegesis and Meditation for the Sermon.” Encounter 24 (1963): 182-189.

 

Mezger, Manfred. “Preparation for Preaching: The Route from Exegesis to Proclamation.” IVanslated by Robert A. Kraft. Journal for Theology and the Church 2 (1965): 159-179.

 

Milavec, Aaron. “Modern Exegesis, Doctrinal Innovations, and the Dynamics of Discipleship.” Anglican Theological Review 60 (1978): 55-74.

 

Montague, George T. “Hermeneutics and the Teaching of Scripture.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 41 (1979): 1-17.

 

Müller, Jac. J. “Exegesis and Kerugma.” In Biblical Essays: Proceedings of the Ninth Meeting of “Die ou-testamentiese Werkgemeenskap in Suid-Afrika” … and ... of the Second Meeting of “Die nuwe-testamentiese Werkgemeenskap van Suid-Afrika” ...., pp. 230-238. Stellenbosch: Pro Rege-Pers, 1966.

 

Murphy, Roland E., ed. Theology, Exegesis, and Proclamation. Concilium: Religion in the Seventies; vol. 70: Scripture. New York: Herder and Herder, 1971.

 

Piper, Otto A. “Modern Problems of New Testament Exegesis.” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 36 (August 1942): 3-14.

 

Preus, Robert D. “How Is the Lutheran Church to Interpret and Use the Old and New Testaments?” Lutheran synod Quarterly 14 (1973): 23ff.

 

Rad, Gerhard von. Biblical Interpretations in Preaching. Translated by John E. Steely. Nashville: Abingdon, 1977. Pp. 11-18, “About Exegesis and Preaching.”

 

Robert, André, and Feuillet, André, eds. Interpreting the Scriptures. Translated by Patrick W. Skehan et al. New York: Desclec, 1969.

 

Robinson, Haddon W. Biblical Preaching: The Development and Delivery of Expository Messages. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1980.

 

      “What Is Expository Preaching?” Bibliotheca Sacra 131 (1974): 55-60.

 

Rosensweig. Bernard. “The Hermeneutic Principles and Their Application.” Tradition 13 (1972): 49-76.

 

Sanders, J. N. “The Problem of Exegesis.” Theology 42 (1941): 324-332.

 

Snodgrass, Klyne R. “Exegesis and Preaching: The Principles and Practice of Exegesis” Covenant Quarterly 34 (August 1976): 3-29. Includes a brief annotated bibliography for New Testament exegesis.

 

Stevenson, Dwight E. Preaching on the Books of the Old Testament. New York: Harper, 1961. Pp.1-8, “The Old Testament and the Word of God.”

 

Stuart, Douglas. Old Testament Exegesis: A Primer for Students and Pastors. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1980.

 

Surburg, Raymond F. “The Moral and Spiritual Qualifications of the Biblical Interpreter.” Concordia Theological Monthly 22 (1951): 472-499.

 

      “The Presuppositions of the Historical-Grammatical Method as Employed by Historic Lutheranism.” Springfielder 38 (1974-75): 278-288.

 

Thiselton, Anthony C. “The Use of Philosophical Categories in New Testament Hermeneutics.” Churchman 87 (1973): 87-100.

 

Thompson, William D. Preaching Biblically: Exegesis and Interpretation. Nashville: Abingdon, 1981.

 

      “Text and Sermon: A Homiletician's Viewpoint.” Interpretation 35 (1981): 32-45.

 

Toombs, Lawrence E. The Old Testament in Christian Preaching. Philadelphia: Westminister, 1961. Pp. 13-36, “The Old Testament and Christian Preaching.”

 

      “The Problematic of Preaching from the Old Testament.” Interpretation 23 (1969): 302-314.

 

Trimp, C. “The Relevance of Preaching (in the Light of the Reformation’s ‘Sola Scriptura’ Principle),” Translated by Stephen Voorwinde. Westminster Theological Journal 36 (1973-74): 1-30.

 

Weingreen, J. “The Rabbinic Approach to the Study of the Old Testament.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library of Manchester 34 (1951-52): 166-190.

 

Williams, Jay G. “Exegesis-Eisegesis: Is There a Di以下erence?” Theology Today 30 (1973-74): 218-227.

 


 

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