Table of contents for Reading the Good Book well : a guide to biblical interpretation / Jerry Camery-Hoggatt.

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The Why of Exegesis
AKA Prolegomena (AKA Preliminary Stuff) 
Chapter 1 
Reading the Bible and Aching for God
Chapter 2 
It Isn't Just about God; It's Also about Garry 
The Problem of Hermeneutics
Chapter 3 
The Bible Says It; I Believe It; That Settles It. Oh, Really? 
Introducing Paradigms
Chapter 4 
Reconstructing the Original Wording 
The Discipline of Textual Criticism
Chapter 5 
Your Version, My Version
Thinking about Translation Theory
The Primary Disciplines of Exegesis
Chapter 6 
The Master Paradigm
An Introduction to Exegesis
Chapter 7 
How We Fill In Gaps 
An Introduction to Schemas
Chapter 8 
How We Find Out about Schemas 
The Discipline of Lexicography
Chapter 9 
How We Find Out about Cultural Knowledge and Practices 
The Discipline of Backgrounds
Chapter 10 
How We Find Out about Social Norms 
The Discipline of Social Science
Chapter 11 
How We Find Out about Genre 
The Discipline of Form Criticism
Chapter 12
How We Find Out about Historical Contexts 
The Discipline of Introduction
Chapter 13 
How We Disambiguate 
	Getting to the Gist
Chapter 14 
How We Recognize Polyvalence
Dealing with Double Exposures 
Chapter 15 
How We Deal with Intertextuality
Dialogues between Texts
Chapter 16
How We Deal with Sequence and Pace
Aspects of Literary Criticism
Chapter 17 
Pulling It All Together
Chapter 18
Looking Ahead, Looking Beyond
	A Concluding Unacademic Postscript

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. N.T. -- Hermeneutics.