Bible As A Human Witness To Divine Revelation Hardback

Hearing the Word of God Through Historically Dissimilar Traditions

by Randall Heskett;

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Bible As A Human Witness To Divine Revelation

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This work represents the attempts of several major scholars to respond to the historical problems presented throughout the biblical testimony and their description of what this means for reading scripture. Walter Brueggemann, for example, has written a wonderful article on various historical problems within the book of Genesis, beginning with Von Rad's and Noth's use of source criticism and his own understanding of how historically dissimilar texts can function within scripture.This book honors the work and life of Gerald Sheppard, who broke ground in biblical studies by describing what it means to read the Bible as Jewish and Christian Scripture. It distinguishes between the original historical dimensions of the text or mere redaction levels of tradition history and what Sheppard regarded as the "Scriptural Form" of the biblical testimony. It provides new and fresh ways for describing scripture as both a human testimony and also divine revelation."The Bible as a Human Witness to Divine Revelation" provides examples of how major scholars have responded to the limits of the older-modern criticisms within the framework of still applying a variety of historical criticisms and paying attention to the later formation and context of the biblical book. It also helps readers understand how to hear "the word of God" through biblical text that are filled with historical dissimilarities or even contradictions. The book shows scholarly examples that respond to crises of both the pre-modern and modern eras as unfinished projects because pre-modernity tended to ignore the human dimensions of scripture and modernity tended to limit its inquiry only to that single dimension.Series editors are: Claudia Camp and Andrew Mein. Formerly "Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement" was a book series that featured original and creative approaches to the interpretation of "Old Testament" literature."The Bible in the 21st Century" series, a part of "JSOTS", seeks to examine contemporary authoritative and cultural meanings of bibles by focusing on the processes of transmission, readership and actualization of biblical texts up to and including the twenty-first century. The series explores issues related to contemporary culture and the place of the bible and religion within it. Copenhagen International Seminar is also part of "JSOTS".

Bible As A Human Witness To Divine Revelation by Randall Heskett was published by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc in December 2010. The ISBN for Bible As A Human Witness To Divine Revelation is 9780567028518.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing Plc (December 2010)
Number of Pages394
Thickness22 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code1122328
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