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Renewing biblical interpretation / edited by Craig Bartholomew, Colin Greene, Karl Moller. [print]

Contributor(s): Bartholomew, Craig G, 1961- | Greene, Colin J. D | Moller, KarlMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Scripture and hermeneutics series ; v. 1.Publication details: Carlisle, Cumbria, UK : Paternoster Press ; 2000. ; Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, [(c)2000. Description: xxxi, 366 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0310234115; 9780310234111; 0853640343; 9780853640349Subject(s): Bible -- Hermeneutics -- Congresses | Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- CongressesLOC classification: BS476.R464 2000BS476.M726.R464 2000Online resources: Publisher description Publisher description COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Uncharted waters : philosophy, theology and the crisis in biblical interpretation Craig G. Bartholomew Scripture becomes religion(s) : the theological crisis of serious biblical interpretation in the twentieth century Christopher R. Seitz The social effect of biblical criticism Walter Sundberg A response to Walter Sundberg John Riches Confessional criticism and the night visions of Zechariah Al Wolters A response to Al Wolters Rex Mason The philosophy of language and the renewal of biblical hermeneutics Neil B. MacDonald A response to Neil MacDonald Mary B. Hesse Renewing historical criticism Karl Moller Critical but real : reflecting on New Testament Wright's Tools for the task Thorsten Moritz 'In the arms of the angels' : biblical interpretation, Christology and the philosophy of history Colin J.D. Greene An experiment in biblical criticism : aesthetic encounter in reading and preaching scripture Stephen I. Wright --
A missional approach to renewed interpretation Harry Daniel Beeby Deconstructing the Tower of Babel : ontotheology and the postmodern Bible Brian D. Ingraffia Imagination and responsible reading Trevor Hart A response to Trevor Hart Nicholas Wolterstorff A first retrospect on the consultation Walter Brueggemann Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar Fred Hughes and Colin Greene.
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Uncharted waters : philosophy, theology and the crisis in biblical interpretation Craig G. Bartholomew Scripture becomes religion(s) : the theological crisis of serious biblical interpretation in the twentieth century Christopher R. Seitz The social effect of biblical criticism Walter Sundberg A response to Walter Sundberg John Riches Confessional criticism and the night visions of Zechariah Al Wolters A response to Al Wolters Rex Mason The philosophy of language and the renewal of biblical hermeneutics Neil B. MacDonald A response to Neil MacDonald Mary B. Hesse Renewing historical criticism Karl Moller Critical but real : reflecting on New Testament Wright's Tools for the task Thorsten Moritz 'In the arms of the angels' : biblical interpretation, Christology and the philosophy of history Colin J.D. Greene An experiment in biblical criticism : aesthetic encounter in reading and preaching scripture Stephen I. Wright --

A missional approach to renewed interpretation Harry Daniel Beeby Deconstructing the Tower of Babel : ontotheology and the postmodern Bible Brian D. Ingraffia Imagination and responsible reading Trevor Hart A response to Trevor Hart Nicholas Wolterstorff A first retrospect on the consultation Walter Brueggemann Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar Fred Hughes and Colin Greene.

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