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The control of biblical meaning : canon as semiotic mechanism / George Aichele. [print]

By: Aichele, George [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania : Trinity Press International, [(c)2001. Description: xi, 259 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1563383330; 9781563383335Subject(s): Bible -- Canonical criticism | Semiotics -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BS521.8.C668 2001BS521.8.C668 2001COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Pt. 1. The Control of Denotation. 1. A Semiotics of Canon. 2. The Technology of Text. 3. Ideologies of Translation. 4. The Imperial Bible -- Pt. 2. Wild Connotations. 5. Babble On. 6. The Bleeding Page. 7. The Humanoids. 8. David Reconfigured. 9. Signifying Jesus. Conclusion: The Future of the Christian Canon.
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Pt. 1. The Control of Denotation. 1. A Semiotics of Canon. 2. The Technology of Text. 3. Ideologies of Translation. 4. The Imperial Bible -- Pt. 2. Wild Connotations. 5. Babble On. 6. The Bleeding Page. 7. The Humanoids. 8. David Reconfigured. 9. Signifying Jesus. Conclusion: The Future of the Christian Canon.

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