Table of contents for Inspiration and incarnation : evangelicals and the problem of the Old Testament / Peter Enns.

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Contents
		Preface 000
		Abbreviations 000
	1.	Getting Our Bearings 000
		What I Hope to Accomplish in This Book - A Way toward Addressing the 
Problem: The Incarnational Analogy
	2.	The Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern Literature 000
		The Impact of Akkadian Literature - Some Other Ancient Near Eastern 
Texts - What Exactly Is the Problem? - How Have These Issues Been 
Handled in the Past? - How Can We Think Differently through These 
Issues? - How Does This Affect Us?
	3.	The Old Testament and Theological Diversity 000
		The Problem of Theological Diversity in the Old Testament - Diversity in 
Wisdom Literature - Diversity in Chronicles - Diversity in God's Eternal 
Law - God and Diversity - What Does Diversity Tell Us about 
Scripture?
	4.	The Old Testament and Its Interpretation in the New Testament 000
		Do New Testament Authors Misuse the Old Testament? - Biblical 
Interpretation in the Second Temple Period - Apostolic Hermeneutics as 
a Second Temple Phenomenon: Interpretive Methods - Apostolic 
Hermeneutics as a Second Temple Phenomenon: Interpretive Traditions - 
What Makes Apostolic Hermeneutics Unique? - Should We Handle the 
Old Testament the Way the Apostles Did? - What We Can Learn from 
Apostolic Hermeneutics
	5.	The Big Picture 000
		What Is the Bible, and What Are We Supposed to Do with It? - 
Continuing the Conversation: Leaning to Listen
		Glossary 000
		Scripture Index 000
		Subject Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. O.T. -- Evidences, authority, etc.
Bible. O.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Evangelicalism.