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Rustom presents a link between the diverse approaches to God and the diverse approaches to scriptural exegesis.
Jane Rickards contributes a nuanced account of James's use of scriptural exegesis to support his evolving policies, especially in international affairs and with respect to the English succession.
He uses this as a jumping-off point from which to argue that the limitations and ambiguities of scriptural exegesis can be mitigated by the application of a "theatrical imagination sensitive to the dimensions of simultaneous action" (25) as well as nuances of delivery, suggested by the text.
Little of this was original to Galileo; many of his arguments about Scriptural exegesis he supported legitimately with quotations from St.
There should be attention to scriptural exegesis for pew folks as well as topics for catechesis.
Pelikan's comparative book explains how scriptural exegesis runs similar risks, though to a world beset by the hate and destruction of radicalized Islamic interpretation, this is regrettably all too frighteningly obvious.
These include willingness to be martyred, the apostolic succession, the creeds, scriptural exegesis, denigration of the behavior of heretical groups, the forgery of texts that supported an orthodox position, and the alteration of scriptural texts to the same end (217-27: this section summarizes Ehrman's 1993 work, The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture [Oxford: Oxford University Press]), and finally the closure of the New Testament canon.
Third, for a book on Christian ethics there is limited scriptural exegesis.
Dante models this intellectual action on the incarnational union of two complete natures in a single person and offers a dialectical alternative to the oppositional hermeneutics of Scriptural exegesis, routinely applied to the Comedy.
While they saw it as an important part of being learned, they ultimately thought it a distraction from the proper task of scriptural exegesis and spiritual contemplation.
After surveying an impressive array of written materials-primarily scriptural exegesis and liturgical commentaries from the Patristic era through the twelfth century-Fassler considers tropes, prosulae, and sequences as forms of sung commentary or exegesis within the liturgy,, (p.
Wheatley, would thereby redeem the "arts," invert the stratagems of deception referred to in the last line of her poem, by means of a cunning art subserviently adhering to scriptural exegesis yet also "defiantly" inferring an unorthodox temporal application.