To Each Its Own Meaning: An Introduction to Biblical Criticisms and Their Application Steven L. McKenzie

ISBN: 9780664252366

Published: February 1st 1993

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251 pages


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To Each Its Own Meaning: An Introduction to Biblical Criticisms and Their Application  by  Steven L. McKenzie

To Each Its Own Meaning: An Introduction to Biblical Criticisms and Their Application by Steven L. McKenzie
February 1st 1993 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 251 pages | ISBN: 9780664252366 | 10.77 Mb

This single volume introduces the reader to the most important methods of biblical criticism by giving equal time to historical and literary approaches. Each chapter addresses five sets of issues: (1) definition of the method, important terms andMoreThis single volume introduces the reader to the most important methods of biblical criticism by giving equal time to historical and literary approaches.

Each chapter addresses five sets of issues: (1) definition of the method, important terms and concepts, the history of its development, assumptions made about the relationship of text and history, and prospects for the future- (2) the method in relation to others discussed in this book- (3) the method in action, with reference to a particular text in either Genesis or Luke-Acts- (4) the drawbacks of the method- and (5) suggested reading for those who wish to study further.

Chapter topics include reading the Bible historically, by J. Maxwell Miller- source criticism, by Pauline Viviano- tradition-historical criticism, by Robert A. Di Vito- form criticism, by Martin J. Buss- redaction criticism, by Gail Paterson Corrington- social-scientific criticism, by Dale B. Martin- canonical criticism, by Mary C. Callaway- rhetorical criticism, by Yehoshua Gitay- structural criticism, by Daniel Patte- narrative criticism, by David M. Gunn- reader-response criticism, by Edgar V.

McKnight- the poststructuralist approach, by William A. Beardslee- and feminist criticism, by Danna Nolan Fewell.



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