Between Experience and Interpretation: Engaging the Writings of the New Testament  -     Edited By: Mary K. Foskett, O. Wesley Allen Jr.
    By: Edited by Mary F. Foskett & O. Wesley Allen Jr.
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Between Experience and Interpretation: Engaging the Writings of the New Testament

Abingdon Press / 2008 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0687647398
ISBN-13: 9780687647392
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The writers of the New Testament had a powerful experience of the living, crucified, and resurrected Christ that required a complete reinterpretation of the world and their place in it. The worshiping community today has an ongoing experience of the spirit of Christ that leads it back, time and again, to the texts of the New Testament, seeking to understand the meaning of that experience.Written in honor of Luke Timothy Johnson, whose own work has centered around the interplay of religious experience and scriptural interpretation, this book will aid all who seek the meaning of the New Testament, and its meaning for the life of the church today.

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Mary F. Foskett is the Zachary Smith Associate Professor of Religion at Wake Forest University. In addition to her extensive experience teaching undergraduate and graduate students in both religious and theological studies, Mary enjoys lecturing and teaching in congregational settings. Her major writing is in the area of New Testament and Christian Origins. Mary's previous publication includes contributions to For All the Saints: A Calendar of Commemorations for United Methodists. Her latest publication and contribution to the Jesus Collection was Moral Teachings of Jesus.  Mary resides with her family in Winston-Salem, NC. Wesley Allen is Assistant Professor of Homiletics at Lexington Theological Seminary and author of The Death of Herod: The Theological and Narrative Function of Retribution in Luke-Acts, Reading the Synoptic Gospels: Basic Methods of Interpreting Matthew, Mark and Luke, Preaching Resurrection, and the forthcoming The Homiletic of All Believers: A Conversational Approach.

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