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Scripture [electronic resource] : a very theological proposal / Angus Paddison.

By: Paddison, Angus, 1979-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York : T & T Clark, 2009Description: 1 online resource (170 p.).ISBN: 9780567588517 (electronic bk.); 0567588513 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Jesus Christ -- History of doctrines | Bible -- Hermeneutics | Religion | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Exegesis & Hermeneutics | Bibel | Hermeneutik | Schriftprinzip | Biblische Theologie | DogmatikGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Scripture.DDC classification: 220.601 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Locating Scripture -- Scripture, the church, ethics : why we need no 'and' -- Scripture and doctrine, or, There's no such thing as Sola Scriptura and it's a good thing, too -- Preaching and Scripture -- Scripture, participation, and universities.
Summary: To identify the biblical texts as 'Scripture' is to make a series of specific claims about this text: that it is drawn into the activity of the triune God of Israel; that its ultimate destination is the worshipping church; and that it has a ministry in shaping Christian thinking and acting. Scripture: A Very Theological Proposal advances that the resources for reading Scripture, understanding its claims, and acting upon them will be found by looking to the church's life and doctrines. Reading Scripture with a host of theologians, Paddison proposes a hermeneutic appropriate to reading Scripture.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Locating Scripture -- Scripture, the church, ethics : why we need no 'and' -- Scripture and doctrine, or, There's no such thing as Sola Scriptura and it's a good thing, too -- Preaching and Scripture -- Scripture, participation, and universities.

To identify the biblical texts as 'Scripture' is to make a series of specific claims about this text: that it is drawn into the activity of the triune God of Israel; that its ultimate destination is the worshipping church; and that it has a ministry in shaping Christian thinking and acting. Scripture: A Very Theological Proposal advances that the resources for reading Scripture, understanding its claims, and acting upon them will be found by looking to the church's life and doctrines. Reading Scripture with a host of theologians, Paddison proposes a hermeneutic appropriate to reading Scripture.

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