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Hermeneutics as theological prolegomena : a canonical approach / by Charles J. Scalise. [print]

By: Scalise, Charles J [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in American biblical hermeneutics ; 8.Publication details: Macon, Georgia : Mercer University Press, [(c)1994. Description: xiv, 155 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0865544344; 9780865544345; 0865544352; 9780865544352Subject(s): Bible -- Hermeneutics | Bible -- Canonical criticism | Theology, Doctrinal | Revelation | Childs, Brevard SLOC classification: BS476.H476 1994BS476.S282.H476 1994COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The crisis : revelation as theological prolegomena The categories : cross-disciplinary theological hermeneutics Canon : Childs' approach to biblical interpretation Canonical hermeneutics : post-critical theological prolegomena Conclusion : towards a canonical model of the doctrine of God.
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The crisis : revelation as theological prolegomena The categories : cross-disciplinary theological hermeneutics Canon : Childs' approach to biblical interpretation Canonical hermeneutics : post-critical theological prolegomena Conclusion : towards a canonical model of the doctrine of God.

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