Goldingay, John.

Key questions about Biblical interpretation : Old Testament answers / John Goldingay. - Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Academic, c2011. - xii, 384 p. ; 23 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

What is involved in understanding a passage from the Bible? -- What difference does it make if you are premodern, modern, or postmodern? -- Can we learn from the past? -- Luther and the Bible -- Can we learn from the hermeneutics of liberation theology? -- What questions does evangelical biblical interpretation need to consider? -- How does scripture impact our life with God? -- How should we read scripture in church? -- Canon and lection -- How might preaching be scriptural? -- How does the Bible do theological reflection? -- How does Biblical narrative relate to systematic theology? -- How does Biblical story shape our story? -- How do we preach on narrative? -- Does Biblical narrative need to be historical? -- How does Christian faith relate to the First Testament? -- In what sense is it appropriate to read the first testament, Christologically? -- What defines evangelical study of the First Testament? -- In what way does Old Testament theology relate to the canon? -- How may we interpret the Pentateuch? -- Can we read prophecy in light of the newspaper? -- Is there prophecy today? -- How does poststructuralist interpretation work? -- Isaiah 40-55 as a test case -- Is there masculist interpretation? -- How may we interpret wisdom, poetry, and writings?



Bible.--Old Testament--Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible.--Old Testament--Hermeneutics.

BS476 / .G649 2011

221.6 GOL
Perth Bible College Library (Koha)