Table of contents for Understanding the Bible : a basic introduction to biblical interpretation / George T. Montague.

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Contents
Introduction	00
1.	Questions	00
Part 1: The Road Already Traveled	00
2.	The Bible Interprets the Bible	00
3.	The Wealth of the Word:
		The Fathers Interpret the Bible	00
4.	Climbing the Tower: The Middle Ages	00
5.	The Path of Independence:
		The Reformation and the Enlightenment	00
6.	The Bible and the Church:
		The Catholic Response	00
7.	Hermeneutical Theory: From Text to Subject to the 
	Hermeneutics of Understanding	00
8.	Bernard Lonergan and Critical Realist Hermeneutics	00
Part 2: The Road before Us	00
9.	The World of the Text	00
10.	The World behind the Text	00
11. 	The World in Front of the Text: 
		Reader Response	00
12. 	The World around the Text: 
		Community and Canon	00
13.	The Spiritual Sense of Scripture	00
14.	Dei Verbum: Text and Commentary	00
15.	A Study Guide to The Interpretation of the Bible 
	in the Church	00
Notes	00
Appendix: A Suggested Method of Study	00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible -- Hermeneutics.
Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- History.