This is a shorter (five chapter) work on sermon preparation by Baptist Theological Seminary professor, John Broadus. His point of view in this work is to look at “great preachers” through the ages in different groups and make comments on them.
Ketcherside (Church of Christ) wrote Twisted Scriptures from a distinct perspective. He tries to blunt the separation and disciple of churches against dissident members.
Mastering the Bible by Mark Cambron is a tremendous work on Hermeneutics going through many principles used in order to correctly interpreting the Word of God, such as the principle of first mention, the principle of types, the principle of double reference, etc.
A gradual drift from confidence in the integrity of the Bible is well underway. A vast portion of Christendom does not adhere to belief in the verbal (every word) plenary (in every section) inspiration (God-breathed) and thus inerrancy of God’s word. Believers with a high view of inspiration need to face this reality as David faced Goliath—not intimidated, but ready to take up the challenge.
These are Al Franklin Hermeneutics Class Notes for Hermeneutics from Shasta Bible College
This is a short theology paper on the Gunn-Christocentric Principle of Hermeneutics as seen in Luke 24:27.