Item description for The Formation of Christian Understanding: Theological Hermeneutics by Charles M. Wood...
Reissued in response to many requests, this is a book about the Bible--specifically about Christian ways of relating to, using, and understanding Christian scripture and tradition. Professor Wood demonstrates that the aim of Christian understanding is the knowledge of God and the changes in outlook on the Bible that came with the rise of biblical criticism.
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Studio: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 9, 2000
Publisher Wipf & Stock Publishers
ISBN 1579103367 ISBN13 9781579103361
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More About Charles M. Wood
Charles M. Wood is Lehman Professor of Christian Doctrine at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.
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Fantastic Nov 30, 2006
Charles Wood has written what is quite easily regarded as a gem in the increasing literature within the field of Christian theological hermeneutics. It is forward, well-written, and most importantly, it is informative. It is a work that will not only drive the individual to deep reflection not only on the nature of Scripture (i.e., its authority) but also its use, both within the church and for the individual. It is a classic; I strongly recommend it for anyone interested in studying not simply the Bible, but the importance of the Bible within the ongoing life and activity of the Christian faith.
From Wipf and Stock Dec 9, 2005
Simply put, this is the best book to be found on the theological understanding of scripture. The author writes clearly, graphically, engagingly, and with uncommon sense about one of the thorniest of theological problems: how to interpret and use the Bible. He faces the hard questions and the troublesome issues with candor, intelligence, and persuasive insight. This is a classic text.