The Bible in the churches : how various Christians interpret the Scriptures / Kenneth Hagen, editor. [print]Material type: TextSeries: Marquette studies in theology ; #4.Publication details: Milwaukee, Wisconsin : Marquette University Press, [(c)1994.Edition: second editionDescription: 185 pages ; 22 cmContent type:
- BS500.B535 1994
- BS500.B535 1994
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Includes bibliographical references.
The history of Scripture in the church Kenneth Hagen Catholic interpretation of Scripture Daniel J. Harrington Orthodox interpretation of Scripture Michael Prokurat Lutheran interpretation of Scripture Joseph A. Burgess Evangelical interpretation of Scripture Grant R. Osborne Scripture as word of God and the ecumenical task George H. Tavard.
Annotation Representatives of the Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, Evangelical, and Reformed churches explain how the bible is interpreted in each tradition. As a way of focusing similarities and differences, each author includes an interpretation of Ephesians 2:1-10. The concluding chapter presents an overview of scriptural study in the history of the church and describes the ecumenical task ahead. Annotation c. by Book News, Incorporated, Portland, Or.
Annotation How is the Bible read in the churches today? Was the Bible always studied as it is now? Is modern biblical scholarship a source of unity or division among the churches? This collaborative venture explores such questions in the hope of clarifying the ecumenical potential of biblical study today and in history. The Bible in The Churches explains how the Bible is interpreted in the Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, Evangelical, and Reformed churches, respectively. As a way of focusing the similarities and differences, each exegete presents an exposition of Ephesians 2:1-10. In a conclusion, George H. Tavard, A.A., gives a masterful overview of scriptural study in the history of the church and describes the ecumenical task that lies ahead.
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