The question of interpretation across history
How do different cultures understand the Scriptures today in our country? For example, African-Americans, Asian-Americans, and Latin-Americans might come at the Bible from differing angles. So, too, Pentecostals, Presbyterians, Post-Modernists. Last week’s panel is here to pick up where we left off with a discussion revolving around questions such as:
What has been the role of interpretation in the transmission and translation of the Bible?
What are the major interpretative traditions for understanding the Bible across cultures?
How about across time? (Pre-modern, Modern, Postmodern methods)
Troy Skinner. 930 WFMD Host/Moderator of The Faith Debate.
Jonathan Switzer. Past-President of Frederick’s Evangelical Ministerial Fellowship, Founder of “Frederick 48”, former candidate for School Board in Frederick County, Founder of Crossroads Valley Church, and founder of BRIDGES.
Michelle Rader. Lead Elder at Damascus Road Community Church, and student pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology degree from St. Mary’s College.