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Trinity, Revelation, and Reading: A Theological Introduction to the Bible and Its Interpretation

Format: Digital
, 2011
ISBN: 9780567315960


This text focuses on the theological nature of the Bible and biblical interpretation. It seeks to answer the question, “What roles do Holy Scripture and the reading of Holy Scripture play within the unfolding drama of the commerce and communion between God and humanity?” Through exploring this question, the text builds a case for why the Bible is more than just words.

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  • Focuses on biblical interpretation and theology
  • Contains extensive scriptural references
  • References other theological texts
  • The Trinity, the Kingdom, and the Historical Progression of the Word of God
  • The Role of Holy Scripture in Kingdom and Covenant
  • The Inspiration and Perfection of Holy Scripture
  • Reading as an Act of Covenant Mutuality, Part One: Regeneration, Renewal, and the Role of the Church
  • Reading as an Act of Covenant Mutuality, Part Two: The Practice of Reading and the Shape of Interpretation
Clear and persuasive in argument, deeply read in classical and modern divinity, doctrinally and spiritually astute, this is a splendid theological presentation of the nature and interpretation of Scripture.

John Webster, professor of systematic theology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Simultaneously traditional and creative, this impressive volume offers a welcome introduction to Reformed dogmatics.

Matthew Levering, professor of religious studies, University of Dayton

. . . a three-stranded cord for the theological interpretation of Scripture that is not easily bettered.

Kevin J. Vanhoozer, research professor of systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois

Scott R. Swain is an associate professor of systematic theology at the Reformed Theological Seminary in Florida.