Item description for The Theological Interpretation of Scripture: Classic and Contemporary Readings (Blackwell Readings in Modern Theology) by Stephen E. Fowl...
This book introduces students to the practice of reading scripture theologically and shows how explicitly theological concerns can be brought to bear on the interpretation of scripture. While the volume offers some methodological essays, it does not lay out a single method; it points to the variety of questions that can and have been raised about interpreting scripture theologically.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.01" Height: 1.35" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 1997
ISBN 1557868352 ISBN13 9781557868350
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More About Stephen E. Fowl
Stephen E. Fowl is Associate Professor in the Department of Theology at Loyola College in Maryland. His previous books include The Story of Christ in the Ethics of Paul and Reading in Communion (with L. Gregory Jones). He has published numerous articles in both biblical studies and ethics, and from 1990-95 was co-editor of Modern Theology.
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Both avant-garde and orthodox Mar 28, 2002
Fowl's work includes contributors who engage in diverse forms of biblical interpretation, yet who hold in common the ability to move beyond the "critical" exegesis which has so dominated biblical interpretation these last centuries. This compilation, representing both pre and postmodernity, speaks to a movement that is both traditional and progressive, orthodox and avant-garde. As such this work is "prophetic" in the double sense of the term: heralding the coming of something new, and calling us back to what has gone before.
Run, don't walk! Mar 7, 1999
Run away from this book! Don't Walk!! Do whatever you can to avoid reading this book. Makes an excellent paperweight.