The Personal Voice in Biblical Interpretation
Ingrid R. Kitzberger
Psychology Press, 1999 - 218 pages
Reading and interpreting the Bible, whether as an 'ordinary' or critical reader, has always been strongly influenced by a person's own experience.
They demonstrate the variety of ways in which the Bible can have meaning for different people. The contributors offer challenging new perspectives on the ancient biblical books and individual texts of the Torah, the prophets, the Gospels, (Pauline) letters and Revelation. The Personal Voice in Biblical Scholarship contains the original essays of distinguished Jewish and Christian scholars of the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament from all over the world and a variety of backgrounds.
THE GUARDED PERSONAL VOICE OF A MALE EUROPEAN AMERICAN BIBLICAL SCHOLAR Daniel Patte
MY PERSONAL VOICE THE MAKING OF A POSTCOLONIAL CRITIC Fernando F Segovia
THE FUNCTION OF THE NONFULFILLED PROMISES Reading the Pentateuch from the perspective of the LatinAmerican oppressed people J Sev...
MARKS OPEN ENDING AND FOLLOWING JESUS ON THE WAY An autobiographical interpretation of the Gospel of Mark Maria Gemma Victo...
FATHERS AND SONS Fragments from an autobiographical midrash on Johns Gospel Jeffrey L Staley
READING AND SENSEEXPERIENCING THE GOSPEL OF JOHN Maria Anitia Co RVM
AN ADVENTURE WITH NICODEMUS Francis J Moloney SDB
BORDER CROSSING AND MEETING JESUS AT THE WELL An autobiographical rereading of the Samaritan womans story in John 4144 Ingrid R...
MY READING OF 1 JOHN IN AFRICA Jan Gabriel van der Watt
A SELFCONSCIOUS READER RESPONSE INTERPRETATION OF ROMANS 1317 James W Voelz
A REEVALUATION OF HOSEA 12 PHILOLOGY INFORMED BY LIFE EXPERIENCE Mayer I Gruber
REVOLTING REVELATIONS1 Stephen D Moore
THE GALATIANS FROM AN APARTHEID AND A POSTAPARTHEID PERSPECTIVE Bernard C Lategan
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