The Bible: Unexamined Commitments of Criticism
- Editorial Foreword. Hauser, Alan J.; Klawans, Jonathan; McKnight, Scot; kaufman, schuyler // Currents in Biblical Research;Feb2013, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p143
The editor offers information on the journal "Current Biblical Research" including the changing contemporary biblical scholarship, its acceptance of proposals for articles relating to all facets of Judaism in the late Second Temple and early Rabbinic periods, and the purpose of the journal.
- Introducing the JBL Forum, an Occasional Exchange. Reinhartz, Adele // Journal of Biblical Literature;Summer2014, Vol. 133 Issue 2, p421
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses biblical scholarship.
- Just Don't Thresh. Julien, Hershey // Humanist;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p5
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Biblical Scholarship and the Right to Know," by Bart Ehrman in the November/December 2011 issue of "The Humanist."
- Editorial Foreword. Hauser, Alan J.; McKnight, Scot; Jonathan Kiawans // Currents in Biblical Research;Jun2007, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p292
The author reflects on the developments in regard to the journal "Currents in Biblical Research." He argues that there is a steady increase in method, approaches and interest in biblical scholarship and interpretations. He explains that changes have also been made for the "Currents" such as the...
- THE EXPLOSION OF BIBLICAL CRITICISM. Stenhose, Paul // Quadrant Magazine;Sep2000, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p32
Questions the integrity of authors whose books deal with criticism of the Bible. Popularity of the works of these authors; Threat of the books of these authors to Christians; Attacks of these type of authors against the validity of the Bible; How should sincere scholars deal with these type of...
- REFLECTIONS ON THE INTERPRETATION OF RELIGIOUS TEXTS. Chaturvedi, Vibha // Interpretation & Its Objects;2003, Vol. 146, p303
An essay is presented on the interpretation of religious texts. It explores religious text as an intentional object which is given meaning or importance to the cultural representation framework. The author argues that there are no existing interpretation of religious texts rather it is a...
- Session Three: Experience. // Talking About Homosexuality;2005, p59
The article offers the author's insights on experience as a significant faith resource in shaping one's theology. He says that experience, which is influenced by cultural and ethnic backgrounds, helps towards the clarification of the interpretations intended by the scripture and tradition. He...
- James the Just in History and Tradition: Perspectives of Past and Present Scholarship. Myllykoski, Matti // Currents in Biblical Research;Oct2007, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p11
Part I of this article, published in CBR 5.1 (pp. 73-122), includes a general introduction to the scholarship on James the Just, discussion on James and the family of Jesus in the Gospels, Jesus' resurrection and the leadership of James, and a detailed survey on scholarly opinions concerning the...
- The Theo-Logic of Paul's Ethics in Recent Research: Crosscurrents and Future Directions in Scholarship in the Last Forty Years. Gupta, Nijay K. // Currents in Biblical Research;Jun2009, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p336
This essay presents a survey of scholarship on the theology or logic (hence 'theo-logic') of Paul's ethics in the last forty years. Exploring the work of such prominent Pauline scholars as V.P. Furnish, P. Sampley, W. Schrage, R. Hays and D. Horrell, attention will be drawn to their...