Sunday, 30 October 2011

Journal of Theological Interpretation 5, 2 (Fall 2011)

The latest issue of the Journal of Theological Interpretation contains the following mix of essays (the first three of which were originally presented at the session History, Historicisms, and Theological Interpretation at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, Theological Hermeneutics of Christian Scripture Group):

Raymond C. Van Leeuwen

The Quest for the Historical Leviathan: Truth and Method in Biblical Studies

Joel B. Green

Rethinking “History” for Theological Interpretation

Matthew Levering

Linear and Participatory History: Augustine’s City of God

Daniel Castelo and Robert W. Wall

Scripture and the Church: A Précis for an Alternative Analogy

Thomas Andrew Bennett

Paul Ricoeur and the Hypothesis of the Text in Theological Interpretation

James A. Andrews

On Original Sin and the Scandalous Nature of Existence

David H. Wenkel

Wild Beasts in the Prophecy of Isaiah: The Loss of Dominion and Its Renewal through Israel as the New Humanity

Jonathan Huddleston

What Would Elijah and Elisha Do? Internarrativity in Luke’s Story of Jesus

Charles Raith II

Abraham and the Reformation: Romans 4 and the Theological Interpretation of Aquinas and Calvin

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