3 edition of Trinitarian hermeneutics found in the catalog.
Leslie, Benjamin, C.
|Statement||Benjamin C. Leslie.|
|Series||American university studies., v. 66|
|LC Classifications||BT109 .L47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||91017450|
Leulseged Philemon Tesfaye's dissertation was supervised by Joel B. Green and submitted at the Fuller Theological Seminary. It bears a generous title, Pneumatic Hermeneutics: The Role of the Holy Spirit in Theological Interpretation of Scripture, and it indeed tries to meet expectations which this title may raise. In his attempt to fill the gap in understanding of the Spirit's role in. Hans Urs von Balthasar developed a unique style of biblical interpretation. This paper discusses four elements of his scriptural hermeneutics, a topic that offers glimpses of his fundamental theology and his ecclesiology as well. The first element of Balthasar’s hermeneutics is aesthetics. Balthasar’s aesthetic approach to scriptural interpretation stands in contrast with the commonly.
Introduction: On theological hermeneutics abd theological method --pt. 1. Foundational pneumatology: Toward a trinitarian theology and metaphysics. Beginning with the Spirit: biblical motifs for a foundational pneumatology --Pneumatology and trinitarian theology --Toward a foundational pneumatology: metaphysics and ontology --pt. 2. The. Reading: Zuck, Rightly Divided: Readings in Biblical Hermeneutics, pp. Zuck, Basic Bible Interpretation, pp. Project: By end of Week 13 read the Book of Jude and list as many interpretive questions as you can, going through the book verse by .
Another strength of the book is its attempt to synthesize homiletics, theology, and biblical hermeneutics.: Reading biblical texts intertextually with a hermeneutics of other deconstructs the familiar and conventional.: Part of the deal with hermeneutics, by the way, is that texts are not homogenous.: The question, then, is not whether hermeneutics will adopt a theological framework, . this book, the contributors, preeminent scholars in the area of bib-lical hermeneutics from Westminster Theological Seminary, present to the world the clearest and most legitimate guide of biblical prin-ciples and methods for interpreting the Bible. Hence, this book will be most beneﬁcial to theologians, pastors, theological students, and.
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Trinitarian Hermeneutics: The Hermeneutical Significance of Karl Barth's Doctrine of the Trinity (American University Studies) Hardcover – November 1, by Benjamin C. Leslie (Author) › Visit Amazon's Benjamin C. Leslie Page.
Find all the books, read Cited by: 2. This book is an excellent addition to any course in philosophical hermeneutics." -- James K.
Smith, author of The Fall of Interpretation "In Recovering Theological Hermeneutics, Zimmerman offers a compelling argument for the claim that hermeneutics must be theological if it is to be truly by: 6.
Our hermeneutics must be Trinitarian because God, the Creator, Redeemer, and Consummator, is Trinitarian. When we interpret either the words of God or the works of God, we need to take into account who he is. Everything we know about him, including his Trinitarian character, potentially influences our understanding of his words and his works.
Spirit-Word-community: theological hermeneutics in trinitarian perspective | Yong, Amos | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Zimmermann, associate professor at Trinity Western University and a specialist in the hermeneutics of Calvin, the Puritans, Spinoza, Schleiermacher, Gadamer, and Levinas, seeks to build a bridge between contemporary theological and philosophical hermeneutical systems in this book for academic readers.
Zimmermann asserts that modern and postmodern philosophers can end their quest to find. That book also makes your own vocabulary increase well. Making it easy to understand then can go along, both in printed or e-book style are available.
We advise you for having this Spirit, Word, Community: Theological Hermeneutics in Trinitarian Perspective instantly. Matthew Williams: Hey guys, do you desires to finds a new book to read. Taking elements from the known African intellectual framework, this book argues that for African Christians, the respective pre-Christian African understanding of God and the Ntu-metaphysics, in particular, function as conceptual gates for an attempt towards articulating the Trinity.
Ibrahim S. Bitrus explains the new Trinitarian hermeneutics of God as the fundamental framework for constructing an authentic African tradition of community. The book explores the tripartite structural evils of the patriarchal tradition, the Big Man/Woman syndrome, and ethnic-religious nepotism, which distort the African tradition of community.
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DOI link for Spirit-Word-Community. Spirit-Word-Community book. Theological Hermeneutics in Trinitarian Perspective. By Amos Yong. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 22 November Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. DOI. This book offers in style and content an exciting new perspective on contemporary theology and its future in post-modern times.
I welcome this new perspective. The style is agreeable, unpolemical, and enages in dialogue with the best of Barth and Bultmann, Ricoeur and Pannenberg, Cobb and Moltmann, showing what they havea to offer to the larger theological community and transferring it like a.
Trinitarian Hermeneutics and the Unity of Scripture Don Collett In a recent book published by Zondervan on apostolic hermeneutics, one looks in vain for a discussion of, let alone an engagement with, contemporary discussions of the rule of faith and its.
Trinitarian Soundings in Systematic Theology: Burnap, George W. Expository Lectures on the Principal Passages of the Scriptures Which Relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity: Sanders, Fred: The Triune God: NSD: Poythress, Vern Sheridan: Knowing and the Trinity How: Perspectives in Human Knowledge Imitate the Trinity: Trinitarian Hermeneutics John Behr on Nicaea, Trinitarian Language, and Vintage Bicycles.
one that is particular to each book contained within the biblical canon, but the Bible’s ultimate transformative purpose, as a covenant document inspired by God the Holy Spirit, is to point to the consummate revelation of the Triune God, Jesus Christ.
Yong's aim in this book is to "develop a trinitarian theological hermeneutic and method from a pneumatological starting point". His theological hermeneutics is constructed as a fully blown theological method.
Yong's central thesis is "that theological hermeneutics—the activity of reading or interpreting things related to the divine—is a continuous interplay of Spirit, Word, and Community".
The Christian faith knows and worships one God, who is revealed in the Son and in the Holy Spirit. This is the meaning of the doctrine of the Trinity in Christian thought.
Although Christian orthodoxy defines the doctrine of the Trinity, the intellectual tools used to capture it significantly vary. At different times and in different places, Western Christianity has, for instance, used neo 5/5(1). Quotes from the Introduction "While my aim is to develop a trinitarian theological hermeneutic and method from a pneumatological starting point, I anticipate that the result will be less an altogether novel contribution and more of what might be called a mediating or /5(2).
What is more, while the postmodern view given in Biblical Hermeneutics attempts to delimit the extent of valid interpretive possibilities, Blomberg rightly notes that the constraints placed upon Spencer’s reading of Matt do not “destabilize” the text (a la Derridean deconstruction), but achieve results that can be reproduced by the.
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rated it really liked it4/5(1). Theologically and pastorally profound, this study of biblical hermeneutics builds on Trinitarian presuppositions, while exposing the idols that lead interpretation astray.
Emphasizes the interpreter's spiritual qualifications along with linguistic principles. Ibrahim S. Bitrus explains the new Trinitarian hermeneutics of God as the fundamental framework for constructing an authentic African tradition of community. The book explores the tripartite structural evils of the patriarchal tradition, the Big Man/Woman syndrome, and ethnic-religious nepotism, which distort the African tradition of community.Recovering Theological Hermeneutics: An Incarnational-Trinitarian Theory of Interpretation () by Jens Zimmermann Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.
You can unsubscribe at any : Biblical background. While the developed doctrine of the Trinity is not explicit in the books that constitute the New Testament, the New Testament possesses a "triadic" understanding of God and contains a number of Trinitarian formulas, including Matthew2 Corinthians1 CorinthiansEphesians1 Peter and Revelation