Hermeneutics, Intertextuality and the Contemporary Meaning of Scripture

Hermeneutics, Intertextuality and the Contemporary Meaning of Scripture

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A’Did Matthew A”twistA” the Scriptures?A’ A’Where did Satan come from?A’ A’My Reading? Your Reading? Author (-ity) and Postmodern Hermeneutics.A’ A’Paul and Moses: Hermeneutics from the Top Down.A’ Learning from Ellen WhiteA’s Perception and Use of Scripture: Toward An Adventist Hermeneutic For The Twenty-First Century. Questions and issues like these are presented in this selection of papers and presentations from a Bible conference at Avondale College on the broad topic of intertextuality. More than 100 scholars and administrators convened and shared their research as well as their personal perspectives on how to read and apply holy Scripture in the 21st century. This anthology contains a representative sample of their studies and reflections.Dimant defines a#39;expositional usea#39; as a literary strategy in which the Old Testa- ment text is presented explicitly, with a clear external marker.17 In expositional use the biblical text is introduced as the object of interpretation.18 The aim of the writing ... the commentaries on the Torah by Philo and certain types of quotations in the New Testament.19 On the other hand, a#39;compositional usea#39; ... Trumpets, 102 ), of which a number ofinstances can be seen in the Gospel of Matthew, for example.

Title:Hermeneutics, Intertextuality and the Contemporary Meaning of Scripture
Author:Paul Petersen, Ross Cole
Publisher:ATF Press - 2013-11-30


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