In this day and age of relativistic, pluralistic consumerism, one may be tempted to interpret Scripture according to whatever and however they may see fit. Do I read the Scripture allegorically, morally, literally, historically-theologically or even historical-redemptively? I would argue for the last as this seems to be what the Lord also implies at the end of Luke's gospel (though both the last two seem to fit well within what might be considered "historical-redemptive").
Dr. Bryan Chapell gives a great explanation for the implications of the hermeneutic of Biblical theology in one's own study of Scripture and homiletics. This is the Desiring God link with a short blurb on the subject.
The Preacher’s Game-Changer from Desiring God on Vimeo.