Eerdmans Biblical Interpretation Collection (13 vols.)
by 14 authors John J. Collins, Miroslav Volf, Petr Pokorny, Stanley E. Porter, Alan J. Hauser, Duane F. Watson, John L. Thompson, Kenton L. Sparks, A. E. Harvey, Leonhard Goppelt, J. Todd Billings, Robinson, Jason C., Malcolm, Matthew R., Johnson, Marshall D.
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This collection gathers an engaging variety of scholarly texts that tackle important issues in biblical interpretation. Gain a helpful overview of hermeneutical and interpretive thought, learn about the history of biblical interpretation from ancient times through the Reformation, explore typology, and dive into a Festschrift honoring one of twentieth-century biblical hermeneutics’ most prominent figures, Anthony Thiselton. You can also investigate taking a historical-critical approach to the Bible in the postmodern era, learn about the major literary forms found in Scripture, gain insights on approaching difficult passages, learn how historical exegetes approached these “dark passages,” and much more.
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- Tackles tough issues in biblical hermeneutics
- Provides a thorough history of biblical interpretation through the Reformation
- Includes a Festschrift in honor of Anthony Thiselton
- Offers an exploration of typological interpretation
- The Word of God for the People of God: An Entryway to the Theological Interpretation of Scripture by J. Todd Billings
- Typos: The Typological Interpretation of the Old Testament in the New by Leonhard Goppelt
- Hermeneutics as a Theory of Understanding by Petr Pokorný
- Hermeneutics: An Introduction to Interpretative Theory by Stanley E. Porter and Jason Robinson
- Is Scripture Still Holy?: Coming of Age with the New Testament by A. E. Harvey
- A History of Biblical Interpretation, vol. 1 edited by Duane F. Watson and Alan J. Hauser
- A History of Biblical Interpretation, vol. 2 edited by Duane F. Watson and Alan J. Hauser
- Making Sense of the Bible: Literary Type as an Approach to Understanding by Marshall D. Johnson
- Horizons in Hermeneutics edited by Stanley E. Porter and Matthew R. Malcolm
- Sacred Word, Broken Word: Biblical Authority and the Dark Side of Scripture by Kenton L. Sparks
- Reading the Bible with the Dead by John L. Thompson
- Captive to the Word of God by Miroslav Volf
- The Bible after Babel: Historical Criticism in a Postmodern Age by John J. Collins
- Title: Eerdmans Biblical Interpretation Collection
- Publisher: Eerdmans
- Volumes: 13
- Pages: 3,816