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Reading the Bible Theologically
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1. The reader, redemption, and signs; 2. Between scientia and the Trinity; 3. In contradistinction to naturalism; 4. Faith and the ecclesial community; 5. The Bible and theological semiotics; 6. Exegetical ends and means.

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Examines what theological reading is, and how it shapes the interpretation of Biblical text through explicit focus on the reader.

About the Author

Darren Sarisky is currently Departmental Lecturer in Modern Theology at the Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Oxford. His publications on scriptural interpretation include Theology, History, and Biblical Interpretation: Modern Readings (2015) and Scriptural Interpretation: A Theological Exploration, Challenges in Contemporary Theology (2013).

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'Sarisky's account of reading the Bible theologically is rich and textured, and it reflects some important points that are becoming common across a range of contemporary thinkers. Attention not only to texts but to readers and contexts as well is clearly articulated in this constructive account.' Myk Habets, Modern Theology
'... this book will go a long way toward helping scholars and students reframe the debate, moving away from theology versus history and thinking instead of how a historical reading of Scripture is transformed when it is approached theologically instead of naturalistically.' Austin Stevenson, International Journal of Systematic Theology

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