Faithful Interpretation: Reading the Bible in a Postmodern World
Fortress Press - 193 pages
A K. M. Adam has become one of the leading voices in postmodern criticism. This volume brings together his original essays introducing postmodern interpretation and arguing its urgent importance for the life of the contemporary church. Includes a bibliography and name and Scripture indexes.
WHY HISTORICAL CRITICISM CANT PROTECT CHRISTOLOGICAL ORTHODOXY REFLECTIONS ON DOCETISM KASEMANN AND CHRI...
TWISTING TO DESTRUCTION A MEMORANDUM ON THE ETHICS OF INTERPRETATION
POSTMODERN CRITICISM APPLIED MATTHEWS READERS POWER AND IDEOLOGY
INTEGRAL AND DIFFERENTIAL HERMENEUTICS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF INTERPRETIVE DIFFERENCE
WALK THIS WAY REPETITION DIFFERENCE AND THE IMITATION OF CHRIST
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