Lexham Methods Series (4 vols.)

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by Douglas Mangum, Wendy Widder, Michael Aubrey, and Jeremy Thompson

Learn interpretation methods or refresh your knowledge. Understand the Bible better than ever before. Absorb the methods behind commentators’ works—and the history that led to the formation of their methods. This designed-for-digital resource combines the expertise of a highly educated research team with the interconnectivity of your Logos software and library. Each volume is your guidebook for self-study and deeper research, and the foundation for sharing with others through professionally designed slides.

The Lexham Methods Series enables pastors to learn, refresh, or master the tools of biblical scholarship—and feel confidently equipped to share the materials with others. This resource will deepen and reinforce seminary and Bible students’ understanding of materials presented in class and enable them to conduct more extensive research. Serious learners will gain the same breadth and depth of knowledge as intensive Bible college courses without the imposing schedule and expense of graduate school.

Lexham Methods Series:

  • Allows easy reference to details about methods of biblical interpretation—Each book is a quick reference for an overview of a type of biblical interpretation, the major elements and terminology of that type of criticism, and examples of using the affiliated methods.
  • Teaches biblical interpretation methods—This educational resource leads you through a self-study, including a how-to section with numerous examples. Whether you need a refresher or have never learned biblical interpretation methods, this resource will guide you through what you need to know.Share what you’ve learned—The professionally designed slides present key terms, allowing pastors, academics, and teachers to present the major ideas in a memorable way.
  • Introduces new research and resources—You may encounter new insights and content in these volumes.
  • Curates your library—The links to your Logos library allow you to take your learning to a deeper level. You will agree with some aspects of the content, disagree with others, but you will encounter all of it in biblical studies. This resource guides you through the major elements of biblical studies.
  • Broadens and deepens your biblical education—Each volume clearly and accessibly presents the key figures and moments in the historical development of the type of biblical interpretation, the steps involved in executing the methods affiliated, and concrete examples of how to perform the methods.

Praise for the Lexham Methods Series

"First, I am a huge fan of how this volume is organized. It is easy to read through in a few sittings or to use as a reference guide. The table of contents is easily navigated and labeled so that it is simple to find the subject matter you might be looking for.
"This volume is perhaps one of the most thorough yet accessible introductions to textual criticism available. For the most part it finds a good balance between scholarly treatment of the issues and accessibility to the average reader. The sections on both Old and New Testament textual criticism have sub-sections on how to do textual criticism. These sections themselves are reason enough to get the volume."
Matt McMains, PhD student, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
"Organizationally, it’s fantastic. It addresses all the key issues without dumbing them down and yet balances scholarship and accessibility quite well.
In short, readers of this book will learn why textual criticism matters and will be introduced to the method well enough to understand how it works and why it matters—as well as having a good foundation for further research."
Jim West, ThD, professor of biblical studies, Quartz Hill School of Theology