Anthony C. Thiselton and the Grammar of Hermeneutics: The Search for a Unified Theory (Paternoster Biblical Monographs)
By: Robert Knowles (author)Paperback
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A provisional and preliminary attempt to show how the formative hermeneutical thinking of Anthony C. Thiselton - once systematized and critiqued - can begin to resolve the major problems found in the discipline of hermeneutics today, most notably its varying 'disunities' - theoretical, practical, and inter-disciplinary. This book aims to show that the formative thinking of Anthony C. Thiselton provides valuable insights for a programmatic construction towards a unified hermeneutical theory. This construction provides powerful keys for unlocking six contemporary problems in hermeneutics: disorganization, complexity, abstraction, theoretical disunity on several levels, inter-disciplinary polarization, and irresponsible interpretation. Robert Knowles' exhaustive analysis engages critically and creatively.
ROBERT KNOWLES, initially a geophysicist by training, moved into theology, feeling called by God to become involved in Christian ministry. He has worked with the Navigators in London and Swansea and has had links to Cymru Institute for Contemporary Christianity, an offshoot of London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, and to Central Eurasian Partners, an Eastern European group of mission initiatives. He obtained his doctorate in theology at Cardiff University in 2006, and has since written the successful Anthony C. Thiselton and the Grammar of Hermeneutics (Paternoster, 2012).
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