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Scripture: A Guide for the Perplexed
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Scripture: A Guide for the Perplexed

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Bloomsbury 2013

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Overview

Given the extraordinary richness and range of contemporary theology, questions about the authority and inspiration of the Bible tend to garner ever-increasing variety, complexity, and controversy. Among those challenges include the questions posed by biblical criticism to the enterprise of Christian theology and the place of Scripture in the life of the contemporary church.

Employing a range of conversation partners, this book will provide an up-to-date survey of the diverse ways in which contemporary theologians use the Bible “to think with.” The volume enables students to compare different approaches to the reading of Scripture. It also explores the ways in which the theological interpretation of Scripture can be both a critical and a spiritual exercise.

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Key Features

  • Provides an up-to-date survey of diverse ways theologians use the Bible
  • Enables students to compare different approaches to the reading of Scripture
  • Explores the ways in which theological interpretaton can be both critical and spiritual

Contents

  • Reading Scripture
  • Making History
  • Telling Tales
  • Seeking Inspiration
  • Calling the Shots

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About William R. S. Lamb

William R. S. Lamb is vice principal and tutor in New Testament studies at the Westcott House, Cambridge, and an affiliated lecturer on the faculty of divinity at the University of Cambridge.

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