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Contents Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: Scripture as Communicative Act 000 Part 1 Theoretical Perspectives on Scripture as Communication 1 Terminology and Context for Hermeneutics 000 2 A Communication Model of Hermeneutics 000 3 Authors, Texts, Readers: Historical Movements and Reactions 000 4 Some Affirmations about Meaning from a Communication Model 000 5 Developing Textual Meaning: Implications, Effects, and Other Ways of Going "Beyond" 000 6 An Invitation to Active Engagement: The Reader and the Bible 000 Part 2 Practical Guidance for Interpreting Scripture as Communication 7 Genre and Communication 000 8 The Language of the Bible 000 9 The Social World of the Bible 000 10 Literary Context, Intertextuality, and Canon 000 11 Conceptualizing Contextualization 000 12 Contextualization: Understanding Scripture Incarnationally 000 Appendix A: Exegesis Guidelines 000 Appendix B: Historical Criticism 000 Appendix C: Parallelism in Hebrew Poetry 000 Appendix D: Epistles: Following an Author's Flow of Thought 000 Appendix E: How to Go about Topical Studies 000 Bibliography 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Bible -- Hermeneutics.
Communication -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.