Table of contents for Introducing theological interpretation of scripture : recovering a Christian practice / Daniel J. Treier.

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Contents
		Acknowledgments 000
		Introduction: From Karl Barth to "Postmodern" Theory 000
	Part 1	Catalysts and Common Themes
	1	Recovering the Past: Imitating Precritical Interpretation 000
	2	Reading within the Rule(s): Interacting with Christian Doctrine 000
	3	Reading with Others: Listening to the Community of the Spirit 000
	Part 2	Continuing Challenges
	4	"Plundering the Egyptians," or Walking Like Them? Engaging Biblical 
Theology 000
	5	Reading the Bible with Other Texts? Engaging General Hermeneutics 000
	6	From the "Western" Academy to the Global Church? Engaging Social 
Locations 000
		Conclusion: In the End, God 000
		Suggested Reading 000
		Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

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