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By Mr. Joel B. Green, Mr. Max Turner

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This e-book constructively explores the query: What results should still an curiosity in theology produce within the studying of Scripture? because the onset of historic realization in bible study over centuries in the past, the paintings of biblical exegetes and systematic theologians have mostly paths. during this ebook, 9 well-liked students paintings to bridge the longstanding hole among bible study and theology by means of targeting the character of a biblical hermeneutics method of doing theology. the diversity of matters awarded by means of those students seeks to reintegrate biblical exegesis with modern theology within the provider of the church.

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Adequate representation of the various strains of these debates goes well beyond the limits of this chapter. Moreover, the aims of this chapter are directed toward helping those interested in reading Scripture theologically to sort out how and why arguments about authors and authorial intentions fit into that larger interest of interpreting Scripture theologically. Hence, more recent work invoking speech-act theory in regard to authorial intention is more directly relevant to my own aims, and in due course I will try to address both what I take to be its strengths and its weaknesses.

Luther's reading of Romans and Galatians was an advance on contemporary ecclesial readings, partly because it afforded greater coherence to central traits of Paul's discourse. That Catholic exegesis has conceded important aspects of Luther's reading of Paul is a measure of the 26 27 25 24. See Thiselton, pp. 237-47. 25. See Wolterstorff, Divine Discourse; Thiselton, chap. 14; Vanhoozer, pt. I I . 58 26. The historical-critical exegesis of a suspected pseudonymous letter is interestingly complicated, for the illocutions performed by the real author (effectively a commendation of what an implied author might be imagined to say to a projected world) are not straightforwardly those of the implied author.

237-47. 25. See Wolterstorff, Divine Discourse; Thiselton, chap. 14; Vanhoozer, pt. I I . 58 26. The historical-critical exegesis of a suspected pseudonymous letter is interestingly complicated, for the illocutions performed by the real author (effectively a commendation of what an implied author might be imagined to say to a projected world) are not straightforwardly those of the implied author. " Cf. the discussion by Stanley E. Porter and Kent D. Clarke, "Canonical-Critical Perspective and the Relationship of Colossians and Ephesians," Bib 78 (1997): 57-86 (esp.

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