Jason DeRouchie

Jason DeRouchie is research professor of Old Testament and biblical theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Among his many books are What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of Jesus’ Bible (Kregel, 2013), How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Twelve Steps from Exegesis to Theology (P&R Publishing, 2017), and 40 Questions about Biblical Theology (Kregel, 2020). You can find many of his teachings and writings at his resource website: https://jasonderouchie.com/.

Mar 25

How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament:
 Step 5––Clause and Text Grammar by Jason DeRouchie

Series: How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament

With step 5 of the interpretive process we move from “Text” to “Observation,” and we consider a series of issues related to how a passage is communicated. Our initial goal is to assess the makeup and relationship of words, phrases, clauses, and larger text units. In short, we need to study grammar. According to His […]

Feb 2

How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Step 4––Translation by Jason DeRouchie

Series: How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament

Whether you know the biblical languages or not, several good English translations will serve you well in studying the Bible and teaching.

Dec 22

How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Step 3—Text Criticism by Jason DeRouchie

Series: How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament

Just as an alert reader can understand a book that has typographical errors in it, so too God’s word is able to speak for itself despite the scribes’ minor corruptions.

Dec 15

Q&A with Dr. Jason DeRouchie on Biblical Theology by Jason DeRouchie and Staff

An interview with Dr. Jason DeRouchie on his new publication, 40 Questions About Biblical Theology.

Nov 19

How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Step 2—Literary Units and Text Hierarchy by Jason DeRouchie

Series: How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament

After genre, the next step in your exegesis is to determine the limits of the passage that you are studying.