Many of the deepest divides in Christianity have to do with how to interpret Scripture: What genre is the text? Should it be taken literally or figuratively? Is it theology or history? Does it conflict with modern science? Greer, chapter by chapter, considers how our views have changed over the last four centuries. 288 pages, softcover. Herder & Herder.
Many of the controversial religious debates of our day grow out of disagreements about how to interpret scripture correctly. Is it a historical or theological text? How do we address the apparent contradictions? In "Anglican Approaches to Scripture," the sequel to ATB Book of the Year "Christian Hope and Christian Life," Greer shows the multi-layered Anglican tradition of what scripture is and how it is to be interpreted.
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