In the third session of our Hermeneutics course, we begin covering Biblical genres. This session deals with interpretive principles for the genre of Historical Narrative. Christianity is not just a religion that is theoretical--it is tied to historical events. Salvation is revealed to us in an overarching historical story, tied to real events. We'll look at these topics: 1) What is a Biblical philosophy of history; 2) Why is historical narrative different from other genres; 3) The critical truth that Christianity is tied to historical events; 4) Interpretive principles for this genre.