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The Letter and Spirit of Biblical Interpretation: A New Book

Posted by Dr. Keith Stanglin on August 20, 2018 at 10:42 AM

When people have asked me what I am reading about, or which course I am teaching this fall, or what my most recent book is about, and my answer is the “history of interpretation,” I have noticed a facial expression that, as a historical theologian, I have become accustomed to seeing.  Their look, or sometimes their accompanying explanation of it, conveys the message that both history and interpretation are sufficiently boring on their own, and the combination of the two must be dreadful. 

To ask about the history of biblical interpretation, however, is to ponder very important questions for our own day.

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Topics: Church History, Church Fathers, biblical interpretation

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