The Hermeneutics Collection offers those interested in the history and method of Scriptural interpretation a wealth of scholarly titles. The works included examine modern hermeneutical processes, keying in on important issues and dialoguing with influential thinkers in the field. Volumes in the collection also survey hermeneutics throughout history, from the Patristic methods of interpretation, to the impact of 19th-century print culture, to the future of hermeneutics as we pass into the third millennium.
Humans are interpretive beings. When it comes to Biblical exegesis, it is imperative to identify what factors shape our understanding of the Scriptures and to assess their theological implications. The Hermeneutics Collection presents a comprehensive account of this field, and introduces readers to the inner-workings of contemporary Scriptural interpretation.