Understanding Genre and Why it Matters
Lesson 2 of 6
Teaching Women to Teach (TWtT) began at RTS Orlando in 2018 with our foundational course “From Exegesis to Exposition.” Since then, thousands of women from around the world have participated in at least one TWtT course. Taught by RTS faculty, TWtT courses have covered a variety of topics to equip women’s ministry leaders to rightly handle God’s word. In 2021, RTS Orlando Faculty updated and recorded the “From Exegesis to Exposition” course. Six different faculty taught from their area of expertise and covered the basic principles of biblical interpretation and exposition.
This video is lesson two of six in the foundational course “From Exegesis to Exposition.”
Dr. Mark D. Futato
Mark Futato (Ph.D., Catholic University of America) came to RTS Orlando in 1999 and serves as the Robert L. Maclellan Professor of Old Testament. He teaches core classes on Hebrew and Old Testament books. Dr. Futato served as Academic Dean of RTS Orlando from 2004 to 2012.
from the Paideia Center
Reformed Theological Seminary exists to train men and women to see the beauty of Jesus in all of Scripture and to commend his beauty to others.
This little booklet is designed to give you a taste of the kind of Christ-honoring teaching that our faculty engages in both inside and outside the classroom.