About Patrick Schreiner

Beginning in the fall of 2014, Patrick Schreiner will join the Western Seminary faculty as Instructor of New Testament. His teaching will focus specifically in the areas of New Testament Language and Literature. Currently a candidate for the Doctor of Philosophy at Southern Baptist Seminary, Patrick completed his Master of Divinity at Southern Baptist Seminary where he received the Borchert Award for Exegesis and Interpretation. In addition to his pastoral ministry experience, Patrick also enjoys writing and has contributed articles to 9 Marks and The Gospel Coalition. You can follow Patrick's journey and his thinking online at his blog,Ad Fontes.


Reflections on Interstellar

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It has been said, those who see Interstellar must comment. At risk of fulfilling this prophecy, I seek to add a few reflections. Interstellar comes from writer, director, and producer Christopher Nolan who is known for his Batman films and also his penchant for twisting time (see Inception and Memento). The movie is of the…
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Biblical Hermeneutics and Biblical Interpretation

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Stanley Porter and Matthew Malcolm, eds., The Future of Biblical Interpretation: Responsible Plurality in Biblical Hermeneutics (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2013), 31–32.   Stanley Porter says there are many volumes that equate “biblical hermeneutics” with “biblical interpretation.” They no doubt are related, but are they to be equated?     I think not. Hermeneutics is…
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