Interpretation, not repetitions on Bultmann as a theological reader of Paul
Barclay, John M. G.. (2015). Interpretation, not repetitions on Bultmann as a theological reader of Paul. Journal of Theological Interpretation. 9(2), pp. 201 - 209.
|Authors||Barclay, John M. G.|
Bultmann’s Theology ofthe New Testament is instructive as a theological performance, which goes beyond redescription to theological explication. His reading of?aul illustrates his approach to theological in- terpretation, which is integral to the responsibility of theology to each new generation. Aithough we should now do theology with the NT in a very different form, Bultmann’s challenge remains: to go beyond mere repetition in order to render this text theologically fruitful, and commu- nicable as good news, in our contemporary context.
|Keywords||Paul Bultmann; theology of the New Testament|
|Journal||Journal of Theological Interpretation|
|Journal citation||9 (2), pp. 201 - 209|
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|Page range||201 - 209|
|Research Group||Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry|
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|Place of publication||United States of America|
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