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God's word in human words : an evangelical appropriation of critical biblical scholarship

Author: Kenton L Sparks
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Academic, ©2008
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A highly regarded Old Testament scholar argues that evangelicals can embrace biblical criticism without losing their faith.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenton L Sparks
ISBN: 9780801027017 0801027012
OCLC Number: 488566969
Notes: Epistemology and hermeneutics. Historical criticism and assyriology. The problem of biblical criticism. "Traditional" responses to biblical criticism. Constructive responses to biblical criticism. The genres of human discourse. The genres of divine discourse. The context of the whole and biblical interpretation. Negotiating the context of the whole. Biblical criticism and Christian theology
Description: 415 s. ; 23 cm
Contents: Epistemology and hermeneutics --
Historical criticism and assyriology --
The problem of biblical criticism --
"Traditional" responses to biblical criticism --
Constructive responses to biblical criticism --
The genres of human discourse --
The genres of divine discourse --
The context of the whole and biblical interpretation --
Negotiating the context of the whole --
Biblical criticism and Christian theology.
Responsibility: Kenton L. Sparks

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