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Review Ó Reading the Bible

Summary Reading the Bible

Review Ó Reading the Bible à [Reading] ➻ Reading the Bible Author David R. Law – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk Reading the Bible aims to provide a comprehensive readable and accessible guide to the diverse methods of biblical interpretation The book falls into two parts Part One 'What is Biblical Interpretatio Reading the Bible aims to provide a Reading the Bible aims to provide a comprehensive readable and accessible guide to the diverse methods of biblical interpretation The book falls into two parts Part One 'What is Biblical Interpretation' deals with basic issues concerning the interpretation of texts uestions encountered include 'What is interpretation' and 'What Reading the PDFEPUBdoes it mean for a text to have meaning and how do we identify its meaning' Part One of the book also discus.

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Es a description of the main theories of biblical interpretation Each chapter is divided into easily comprehensible sections and examples of each method in practical application to the same two Old Testament and New Testament texts Gen b Mattare provided By seeing the different results that arise from applying the various methods to the same two texts readers will gain a clear idea of how a particular method works and how it is distinct from other metho.

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Reading the BibleSes the role of 'pre understanding' ie the way our cultural background and personal interests affects the way we read texts Attention is paid to the problem of cultural and temporal time gap A further concern in this chapter is to introduce readers to such technical terms such as 'hermeneutics ' 'exegesis' and 'eisegesis ' 'semiotics ' and diachronic and synchronic approaches to the interpretation of textsPart Two which forms the bulk of the book provid.