Saturday, April 27, 2013

Were the Apostles Good Expositors and Exegetes?

R. T. France:
It may be something of a surprise to those brought up in the tradition of biblical exposition to find that the biblical writers themselves do not often seem to use other biblical texts in the same way that we have come to use their own writings. In particular, extended exposition of Old Testament passages in an expository fashion does not seem to be a characteristic of most of the New Testament writers.
—"The Writer of Hebrews as a Biblical Expositor," TynBul 47 (1996):245–76.

2 comments:

Jon Sedlak said...

France is right, at least in America.

Jeff Wencel said...

Indeed, Jon.

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