Item description for Biblical Interpretation: A Roadmap by Sharon Ringe & Frederick C. Tiffany...
Overview For the novice, this book brings order and understandability to the seeming confusion of theological and methodological approaches to the interpretation of biblical texts. It is a guide to discovering and asking the questions about the text, the reader, and the interaction between the two which form the basis of modern biblical interpretation.
Publishers Description Biblical Interpretation: A Roadmap is a guide to discovering and asking the key questions - about biblical texts, about readers of the Bible, and about the interaction of the two - that forms the basis of biblical interpretation today.
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Studio: Abingdon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.07" Width: 6.07" Height: 0.68" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1996
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
ISBN 0687016088 ISBN13 9780687016082
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More About Sharon Ringe & Frederick C. Tiffany
Sharon Ringe is Professor New Testament at Wesley Theological Seminary and the author of Wisdom's Friends: Community and Christology in the Fourth Gospel.
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We read what we are Aug 30, 2006
The authors emphasize that our reading of the Bible, reading of anything really, is highly influenced by our own experiences. Two people could read that same passages and come away with different thoughts and feelings. The authors encourage us to identify who we are as readers first then see the text for what it really is. They encourage self-interpretation rather than immediately running to see what the "experts" have to say on the topic.