The Biblical Kierkegaard: Reading by the Rule of Faith
Mercer University Press, 1997 - 232 páginas
Placing Kierkegaard firmly within the Augustinian tradition of reading Scripture according to the Rules of faith and love, Polk brings Kierkegaard's biblical hermeneutics into conversation with current postliberal narrative theology, speech-act theory, canon-contextual criticism, reader-response criticism, feminist theology, and political theology.
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KIERKEGAARD AND THE RULE OF FAITH IMAGINING SCRIPTURE
HERMENEUTIC SCANDAL HIDING SIN
HEART ENOUGH TO BE CONFIDENT DOUBT RECEPTIVITY AND THE EPISTLE OF JAMES
THE PRAISE OF JOB EDIFYING DISCOURSE AGAINST THEODICY
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Página 24 - ... 9 And he said unto them, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. 10 And when he was alone, they that were about him with the twelve asked of him the parable.
Página 23 - But when the sun was up, it was scorched; and because it had no root, it withered away. 7 And some fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up, and choked it, and it yielded no fruit. 8 And other fell on good ground, and did yield fruit that sprang up and increased; and brought forth, some thirty, and some sixty, and some an hundred. 9 And he said unto them, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.
Página 23 - AND he began again to teach by the sea side: and there was gathered unto him a great multitude, so that he entered into a ship, and sat in the sea ; and the whole multitude was by the sea on the land. 2 And he taught them many things by parables...
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