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Deanna Munger

Besides being a graduate student at Austin Grad, Deanna teaches Bible studies at the University Avenue Church of Christ in Austin, Texas where she has been a member since 1996. She is wife to James and mom to 12-year-old Zack and nine-year-old Sammy. She was born a Texan and grew up in Tucson, Arizona, where she also went to the University of Arizona for a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. She worked in engineering for eight years for Motorola and Freescale before becoming a stay-at-home mom in 2004 and beginning graduate studies in 2012.

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How Should the Bible Be Understood?

Posted by Deanna Munger on June 13, 2017 at 9:30 AM

Students in Mark Shipp's Spring 2017 class "Interpreting the Bible" wrote brief essays on their personal approach to the interpretation of Scripture. Deanna Munger's essay states succinctly some of the basics of hermeneutical philosophy in a simple and compelling way and is presented here for readers of the Austin Grad Christian Studies blog. 

Besides being a graduate student at Austin Grad and a full-time wife and mother, Deanna teaches Bible studies at the University Avenue Church of Christ in Austin, Texas.

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