BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION AMONG AFRICAN-AMERICAN NEW TESTAMENT SCHOLARS
- Intertextuality in New Testament Scholarship: Significance, Criteria, and the Art of Intertextual Reading. Emadi, Samuel // Currents in Biblical Research;Oct2015, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p8
â€˜Intertextualityâ€™ is currently a hot topic among biblical interpreters. However, a great deal of debate regarding the locus, purpose, and meaning-effect of an intertextual event, the criteria used to discern the presence of intertexts (if in fact there are any), and the theological...
- Piecing Together The Gramattical Puzzle in John 7:37-39. McCorkle, Curtis J. // Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN): Theses & Dissertat;2001, p1
Examines the grammatical issues concerning John 7:37-39. Description of the grammatical problem; Details of the biblical text; Possible interpretations; Old Testament references related to the passage.
- TWO TESTAMENTS IN PARALLEL: THE INFLUENCE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT ON THE STRUCTURING OF THE NEW TESTAMENT CANON. GOSWELL, GREGORY // Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society;Sep2013, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p459
The article discusses the influence of the Bible's old testament (OT) on the structure of the new testament (NT) canon. The author explores the structural connections between the two canonical corpora, particularly the correlation and dependence between the macrostructural arrangement of the OT...
- MADNESS IN THE METHOD? THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES IN CURRENT STUDY. Penner, Todd // Currents in Biblical Research;Apr2004, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p223
Scholarship on the book of Acts frequently proceeds under the 'no final conflict' slogan when it comes to employing a diversity of methods. In this essay, however, some of the fundamental assumptions and approaches to Acts in recent scholarship are examined and challenged, raising questions...
- 2 Timothy 1:3-7. McKenzie, Alyce M. // Interpretation: A Journal of Bible & Theology;Jul2006, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p318
Presents a contextual analysis of a biblical reading from 2 Timothy 1:3-7. Beliefs of Gnostic Christians; Discussion on Christian faith; Reflection on the author's interest in the moderation and self-discipline admired by the Greco-Roman cultures.
- Matthew 22:1-14 as Midrash. Olson, Daniel C. // Catholic Biblical Quarterly;Jul2005, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p435
Interprets the biblical parable of the Great Feast in the book of Matthew. Complexity in the composition of the parable; Connection of the parable with exegetical readings of Zephaniah and 1 Enoch; Implication of the parable on Matthew and Jewish Christians.
- Democratisation of Communication and Biblical Hermeneutics. Raja, John Joshva // Asia Journal of Theology;Oct2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p431
Presents a study that identified one of the major issues in the democratization and social role of communication and developed a Biblical Hermeneutics in the light of this issue. Definition of democratization and communication; Factors affecting the democratization of communication; Challenges...
- Probing scripture. Newsom, Carol // Christian Century;01/03/2001, Vol. 118 Issue 1, p21
Discusses the different approaches to the Bible. Literary approaches; Social-scientific criticism; Cultural hermeneutics.
- GÃŠNESIS 1.1-2.3: UM TEXTO MÃTICO? UM ESTUDO COMPARATIVO DE GÃŠNERO LITERÃRIO. Vasconcelos Barboza, Aírton Williams // Fides Reformata;2004, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p11
How should we read and interpret the cosmogony of Genesis 1.1-2.3? Since the eighteenth century the debate has been intense, leaving the problem unsolved: myth or history? Focusing the attention on the myth issue, this article investigates the literary plausibility for this text to be read as...