In times of change, Christians have always sought enduring answers from the pages of Scripture. Our hermeneutic—our method of organizing and understanding the message of the Bible—predetermines what answers we will glean. But is our process of understanding based on the Bible, or on our cultural and historical assumptions? In this autobiography, Thomas H. Olbricht (1929–2020) looks back on the last sixty years in Churches of Christ and offers his observations of how our perceptions of Scripture have changed and evolved. He clears a path through the shifting thickets of an unsteady world; a path that leads toward the Everlasting—a way to hear God's voice.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Restoration movement (Christianity)
Abilene Christian University Press
Christian Denominations and Sects
Olbricht, Thomas H., "Hearing God's Voice: My Life with Scripture in the Churches of Christ" (1996). ACU Brown Library Monograph Series. .