Theology, history, and biblical interpretation: Modern readings

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Sarisky, Darren. (2015) Theology, history, and biblical interpretation: Modern readings Bloomsbury T & T Clark.
AuthorsSarisky, Darren
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The Christian Bible serves as the sacred scripture of the Christian community. It is read regularly by many people around the world today, as it has been for centuries. But how should one interpret this text? This reader presents a variety of perspective on how to relate historical and theological considerations when approaching the Bible. It encourages students and scholars to ponder how historical and theological categories shape one's view of three crucial realities: the text of the Bible, the human subject who reads the text, and the nature of the exchange between the two in the practice of reading. As historical and theological categories are applied to these realities, are they mutually exclusive, or can they be combined in some way? This reader encourages students and scholars to explore these important questions by bringing together a selection of some of modernity's most influential discussions of the issues as well as some of the present day's most distinguished attempts to weigh in on the debate.

ISBN9780567034496
Web address (URL)https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=2298948&site=ehost-live&scope=site
Research GroupInstitute for Religion and Critical Inquiry
Year2015
PublisherBloomsbury T & T Clark
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
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