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Models for Interpretation of Scripture

[Paperback]

by John Goldingay

    • Author

      John Goldingay

    • Book Format

      Paperback

    • Publisher

      Clements Publishing

    • Published

      January 2004

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    Product Description

    This definitive study looks at the task of interpreting Scripture by exploring four broad models for understanding Scripture, namely, "witnessing tradition," "authoritative canon," "inspired word," and "experienced revelation." The diversity of interpretive approaches implied by the use of these four models is carried further by a methodological catholicity and openness within each of the four major divisions of the book. For instance, in dealing with the interpretation of scriptural narrative, Goldingay carefully explains how literary approaches to Scripture and a concern for the history narrated in the Bible's stories can be held together with other interpretive focuses. In his discussions of differing approaches and focuses in interpretation, Goldingay is impressively clear and informative and demonstrates a sophisticated ability to respond to and challenge what other scholars have written. Throughout this volume, Goldingay continually moves toward the interpreter's final task-communication to others of what has been gained in interpretation. He asks, for example, what are the implications of the different interpretive strategies for Christian life, human liberation, preaching and Christian community life. He demonstrates his conclusions with numerous examples of interpretation-his own and those of others-of specific Bible passages. JOHN GOLDINGAY is David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is the author of numerous scholarly books and commentaries on Daniel (Word Biblical Commentary) and Isaiah (New International Biblical Commentary). He has also written several more popular expositions such as After Eating the Apricot and Men Behaving Badly.

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    • Author

      John Goldingay

    • Book Format

      Paperback

    • Publisher

      Clements Publishing

    • Published

      January 2004

    • Weight

      500g

    • Page Count

      340

    • Dimensions

      153 x 229 x 20 mm

    • ISBN

      9781894667401

    • ISBN-10

      1894667409

    • Eden Code

      1185909

    More Information

    • Author/Creator: John Goldingay

    • ISBN: 9781894667401

    • Publisher: Clements Publishing

    • Release Date: January 2004

    • Weight: 500g

    • Dimensions: 153 x 229 x 20 mm

    • Eden Code: 1185909


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