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Scripture versus the Church; revelation versus the text; the Old Testament versus the New Testament; the literal sense versus the spiritual sense; biblical exegesis versus theological and philosophical reflection), Aquinas's participatory vision embraces each of these realities as mutually informing so as to enable the reader of Scripture to penetrate the divine mysteries.
For Rowland, the interplay between word and image in lob is central to Blake's biblical exegesis because it forces the engagement of the readers/viewers in the interpretative process.
Ncube Mandlenkosi's response (NA, Oct) to Dr Konotey-Ahulu's review of my book, One Human Family: The Bible, science, race and culture reflects common misunderstandings in both science and biblical exegesis.
But take a look at this Biblical exegesis of sorts on why Christians would be standing on the a long way from the moral highground if they supported this regime:
Although Noble eschews biblical exegesis in favor of more conventional prospecting methods, executives at ZOG are nonetheless thrilled.
The pope called for overcoming what he called a "dualism" between biblical exegesis and theology.
Spier there are six further essays which discuss Jewish art and biblical exegesis in the Greco-Roman world, the emergence of Christian art, the nature of early Christian images and exegesis, the relationship between Constantine the Great and this early art, church decoration after it emerged as the religion of the empire, and early decorated Bibles.
Selderhuis's book is, in this sense, definitely written from the perspective of systematic theology and not from the perspective of the history of biblical exegesis.
I appreciate Elliott's faithful scholarship in his study, Biblical exegesis and integration of feelings.
It frequently defined Christian living in abstract terms such as love or forgiveness, not on the basis of careful biblical exegesis but according to the dominant secular theories of the day.
Mayke de Jong returns to the "bride show," this time in Carolingian Europe, and argues for an indigenous meaning of these shows in the particular context of the reign of Louis the Pious, based on biblical exegesis rather than on Byzantine models.
Yet the theoretical center of Christ and Apollo comes in the text's second half (chapters 5-8), where Father Lynch enlists the metaphysical doctrine of analogy, the traditional four-fold method of biblical exegesis, and Christology (the theology of the person of Christ) as paradigms for exploring the ontological dimensions of the literary imagination.