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Interpreting the Bible : historical and theological studies in honour of David F. Wright

Author: A N S Lane
Publisher: Leicester, Eng. : Apollos, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: David F Wright; David F Wright
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A N S Lane
ISBN: 0851114555 9780851114552
OCLC Number: 38370940
Description: viii, 308 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Gregory Nazianzen's biblical christology / Tom Noble --
Attitudes towards Jews in patristic commentaries on Romans / Gerald Bray --
The sources of Calvin's citations in his Genesis commentary / Tony Lane --
Calvin the hebraizer? influence and independence in Calvin's OT lectures / Mark Elliot --
Calvin and the power of the elder: a case of the rogue hermeneutic / Roy Kearsley --
Arminius' use of ramism in his interpretation of Romans 7 and 9 / Stuart Clarke --
Faith seeking understanding: some neglected aspects of John Owen's understanding of scriptural interpretation / Carl Trueman --
Perspectives on Judas: Barth's implicit hermeneutic / John Colwell --
Response to Brueggeman's The Bible and post-modern imagination / Trevor Hart --
Is the Bible hermeneutically self-sufficient? / Goeffrey Grogan --
God in dialogue / Paul Helm --
The church and state relationship: some ecclesiological options / Tim Bradshaw --
Egalitarianism and hierarchy in the biblical traditions / Richard Bauckham --
Homosexual terminology in 1 Cor. 6:9: the Roman context and the Greek loan word / Bruce Winter --
Evangelicals and eschatology: a contentious case / Stephen Williams.
Responsibility: edited by A.N.S. Lane.

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