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Rendering the Word in Theological Hermeneutics Mapping Divine and Human Agency

Author: Mark Alan Bowald
Publisher: Ashland Lexham Press 2015
Series: Studies in Historical and Systematic Theology
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: The Eclipsing and Usurping of Divine Agency in Enlightenment Epistemology and Their Influence on Scriptural Hermeneutics -- Kant's Proscriptions to Reason's Activity: Defining the Ideal Knowing Act -- Further Defining Kant's Critique of Antecedent Judgments with Special Attention to the Relationship of Human  Read more...
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Bowald, Mark Alan.
Rendering the Word in Theological Hermeneutics : Mapping Divine and Human Agency.
Ashland : Lexham Press, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Alan Bowald
ISBN: 9781577996811 157799681X
OCLC Number: 1016065421
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (231 Seiten)
Series Title: Studies in Historical and Systematic Theology

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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: The Eclipsing and Usurping of Divine Agency in Enlightenment Epistemology and Their Influence on Scriptural Hermeneutics -- Kant's Proscriptions to Reason's Activity: Defining the Ideal Knowing Act -- Further Defining Kant's Critique of Antecedent Judgments with Special Attention to the Relationship of Human and Divine Agency -- Clearing the Modern Ground: The Eclipse of God's Agency -- The Hermeneutic Reversal: The Usurping of God's Agency -- Summary -- Chapter 2: A Triangle Typology: Mapping Divine and Human Agency in Contemporary Theological Hermeneutics -- The Triangle: Coordinating Divine and Human Action -- Type One: Human Agency in/through the Text of Scripture -- Type Two: Human Agency in the Reading and Reception of Scripture -- Type Three: Divine Agency in the Hermeneutics of Scripture -- A Clarifying Conversation with Four Other Typologies -- Summary: Looking Back and Looking Ahead -- Chapter 3: Type One: Human Agency in the Text -- The Evangelical Tradition -- The Early Hans Frei: The Eclipse of Modern Biblicism -- Kevin Vanhoozer: From General Hermeneutics to General Christian Hermeneutics to Divine Canonical-Linguistics -- Francis Watson: Negotiating Text, Church, and World -- The Implications of Type 1: Benefits and Detriments -- Chapter 4: Type Two: Human Agency in the Reading -- David Kelsey: Using Scripture -- The Later Hans Frei: The Emergence of Meaning in the Tradition -- Werner Jeanrond: Reviving the Critical Interpreter -- Stephen Fowl: The Community's Underdetermined Engagement with Scripture -- The Implications of Type Two: Benefits and Detriments -- Chapter 5: Type Three: Prioritizing Divine Agency: God's Agency in, with, and under Scripture and Its Reading -- Karl Barth: God's Word as God's Act.

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