T&T Clark Studies in Biblical Interpretation (5 vols.)•
T&T Clark 2012–2013
These T&T Clark Studies in Biblical Interpretation explore several hermeneutic philosophies, providing a solid basis for understanding the history and future of biblical interpretation. These volumes explore a range of interpretive frameworks, including historical, literary, reader-response, feminist, ideological, canonical, and post-colonial criticism. Also included are helpful examinations of the history of apocalyptic thought derived from the Bible, as well as scholarship on the role of the Holy Spirit, and the resurgent “renewal movement.”
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- Diverse perspectives on interpreting the Bible
- Examinations of how visions of the apocalypse have come about through the years
- Spirit and Scripture: Exploring a Pneumatic Hermeneutic edited by Kevin L. Spawn and Archie T. Wright
- Persepolis and Jerusalem: Iranian Influence on the Apocalyptic Hermeneutic by Jason M. Silverman
- Biblical Criticism: A Guide for the Perplexed by Eryl W. Davies
- The Historical-Critical Method: A Guide for the Perplexed by David R. Law
- Apocalyptic Interpretation of the Bible: Apocalypticism and Biblical Interpretation in Early Judaism, the Apostle Paul, the Historical Jesus, and their Reception History by Gerbern S. Oegema
This study proves useful to any scholar working in the field of Second Temple Judaism, and particularly in early Jewish apocalyptic. Silverman’s conclusion that the Iranian tradition had a great impact on the development of the Jewish Apocalyptic Hermeneutic is reasonable and well researched. This work represents a great step toward a better understanding of the origins of Jewish apocalypticism and its subsequent development.
—Amanda M. Davis Bedsoe, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munich
Jason M. Silverman earned his PhD from Trinity College Dublin and is a post-doctoral researcher at Leiden University.
Gerbern S. Oegema is professor of biblical studies and founder of the Center for Research on Religion at McGill University.
- Title: T&T Clark Studies in Biblical Interpretation
- Publisher: T&T Clark
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 1,296