Writing with the pastor and student in mind, Walter Brueggemann provides guidance for interpreting Old Testament texts. He offers both advice for the interpreter as well as examples of working with different sorts of passages: from narratives, prophecies, and Psalms. He also demonstrates how to work thematically, drawing together threads from different traditions. His goal is to work through the rhetoric of these passages to reach toward theological interpretation. These investigations indicate Brueggemann's conviction that the process of moving from text to interpretive outcome is an artistic enterprise that can be learned and practiced.Miranda, JosAc P. Marx and the Bible: A Critique of the Philosophy of Oppression. 1974. Reprinted, Eugene, OR: ... From Faith to Faith: Essays on Old Testament Literature. New York: Harper ... Fortress Classics in Biblical Studies. Minneapolis: anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Pathway of Interpretation|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2009-01-01|