Reclaiming the Bible for the Church

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1995 - 137 páginas
These essays address the crisis of biblical authority and interpretation in the church, focusing in particular on the inadequacy of the historical-critical method of hermeneutics, addressing from various perspectives the notorious gap between the historical-critical approach to the study of the Bible and the church's liturgical and dogmatic transmission of biblical faith. The authors, following Childs' "canonical method" of biblical interpretation, argue that the historical-critical method should not of itself set the agenda for biblical reading. Contributors: Robert W. Jenson, Carl E. Braaten, Elizabeth Achtemeier, Brevard S. Childs, Karl P. Donfried, Roy A. Harrisville, Thomas Hopko, Aidan J. Kavanaugh, Alister E. McGrath.
 

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Alien Hermeneutics and the Misappropriation
19
The Loss of Biblical Authority and Its Recovery
47
Scripture
63
The Church the Bible and Dogmatic Theology
107
The Canon as the Voice of the Living God
119
Scriptural Word and Liturgical Worship
131
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