Teaching Hermeneutics in Asia

August 18, 2016

Dr. David Croteau, professor of New Testament and Greek, traveled to Asia over the summer to train indigenous pastors in biblical interpretation. He made stops in Cambodia and Nepal in July teaching over 50 church leaders. Croteau’s trip was in cooperation with HeartCry, a missionary society that aids indigenous or native missionaries so that they might reach their own peoples and establish biblical churches among them.

On the HeartCry blog, Croteau wrote, “While I have taught New Testament and hermeneutics courses in higher education in America for ten years, nothing is more important to me than training pastors how to read the Bible accurately themselves.”

Read Croteau’s post on HeartCry’s Asia Blog