This is a valuable resource book for historical studies on biblical
interpretation, comprising a variety of detailed essays, including
documented examples of important stages in the history of biblical
exegesis. It also contains a general introduction to the history of
reading the Bible. Falling into three parts, from the New Testament
to the Reformation, from the Reformation to the modern period, and
readings of the Bible today and in the future, the book is designed
to challenge some present-day assumptions of the uniformity of
approaches to the Bible and of modes of exegesis. It illustrates
that basic continuities do exist, and informs the student and
non-specialist of the long tradition of reading the Bible to which
we are heirs, with the aim of making us more competent interpreters
Continuum Publishing Corporation
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John M Court
||229 x 152 x 19mm (L x W x T)
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