Our writers


Charlie Dickinson – Charlie is from the UK, and has a particular burden to bring hermeneutical awareness to those within the church. He feels that too often churches are let down by leadership who perpetuate a culture of ‘eternal Sunday school.’ Charlie has a keen eye for identifying both the roots of this problem and the necessary steps to tackle it.


David Tinson – Remembering his attendance at the Keswick Convention in his teens, David can recall only one thing spoken by one of the speakers: “The more you know, the more you know you don’t know,” a quotation from the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle. Heeding the implications of this quotation, David has spent several years pursuing academic study in the fields of hermeneutics and theology in an effort to become even more aware of just how little he knows. His desire is to use what he has learned to in turn help others learn about the things of God and bear good fruit for the kingdom.



None of us have 100% perfected the art of interpretation. However, that should not stop us from constantly striving to improve our hermeneutics. It is in this spirit that we actively encourage contributions from guest interpreters. Each has previously demonstrated hermeneutical skill, but may operate from differing theological perspectives than other writers on Karpophoreo.

It should be understood that all articles are the views and responsibility of their authors alone. Any queries should first be directed to the individual writer concerned, who can be reached via our Facebook page. May all our articles be measured against Scripture alone.