Monthly Archives: May 2016

The language of...

By jps [Paul Holmer [The Grammar of Faith, 62–68, 90] argues that the desire of theologians for systematic concepts that are more precise than ordinary religious language causes them to create a scientific language, a language of learning that is at a remove; it is a language “about” religious belief. Religious language, …read more

Recovering the Feast of Scripture – an Excerpt from A Manifesto for Theological Interpretation

By Mason Slater The following is an excerpt from A Manifesto for Theological Interpretation, edited by Craig Bartholomew, Heath Thomas.
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Theological interpretation, which we define broadly as interpretation of the Bible for the church, is that most ancient of hermeneutics. Surprisingly and wonderfully, it is also that most recent approach to the Bible witnessed …read more