Recovering Theological Hermeneutics An Incarnational-Trinitarian Theory of Interpretation

By: ZIMMERMANN, JENS.

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In this study, Jens Zimmermann aims to recount the history of Protestant hermeneutics while taking seriously some of the issues raised by contemporary critical thought. He begins by considering some of the basic principles of Protestant biblical interpretation from the Reformation era, focusing particularly on the work of Martin Luther and Matthias Flacius. In the second section, he offers an appraisal of postmodern philosophical thought and its secular nature. Zimmerman concludes that while there is some validity to the issues raised by contemporary philosophers, a Trinitarian approach offers a viable method for recovering a theory of interpretation that is both philosophically sound and theologically informed. [Publisher] Traces hermeneutic history from the Reformation to the present and stresses the renewed importance of theological hermeneutics in light of modern and postmodern critique. [Publisher]

Title: Recovering Theological Hermeneutics An Incarnational-Trinitarian Theory of Interpretation

Author: ZIMMERMANN, JENS.

Categories: Bible Interpretation,

Publisher: Baker Academic,: 2004.

ISBN Number: 0801027276

ISBN Number 13: 9780801027277

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: NEW (inc DJ)

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