1 edition of Inspiration and interpretation found in the catalog.
Inspiration and interpretation
John William Burgon
1861 in [n.p.] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||BR50.E8 B8|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||82047342|
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Inspiration and Interpretation provides readers with a much needed general theological introduction to the study of Sacred Scripture. Denis Farkasfalvy presents the Catholic understanding of biblical inspiration, canon, and interpretation from historical and systematic points of view, starting with the apostolic age and ending with Dei Verbum of the Second Cited by: 5.
Michael Graves is a wise, learned, perceptive guide who knows the church fathers well; this wonderful book will help modern readers understand the rhyme and reason of ancient Christian perspectives on inspiration and interpretation/5(6). Inspiration and interpretation book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The subject of the Bible's inspiration has been discussed /5(4). Inspiration: Towards a Christian Interpretation of Biblical Inspiration anchors its study of inspiration firmly in the Scriptures and examines the inspired nature of the Bible and its inspiring impact.
Gerald O'Collins begins by examining classical view of inspiration expounded by Karl Barth and Raymond Collins. This book is the fruit of a lifelong fascination with the presuppositions of biblical theology, specifically with the relationship between the doctrine of inspiration and hermeneutics.
I can best introduce the book, then, by giving an account of its genesis. The present volume grew out of a.
This book explores patristic literature concerning the inspiration and interpretation of Scripture, focusing on the second through the sixth centuries AD. It isn't merely a book that catalogues and synthesizes pertinent writings of Church Fathers. It does do that, and does so reasonably well/5.