This book is a seminary-level introduction to hermeneutics, drawing especially on the Lutheran theological tradtion to define and shape the tasks of interpretation. In parts 1 and 2, Voelz describes the major issues and methods of textual criticism, semantics, and pragmatics. In the final section, he offers insights for reading Scripture from a confessional position.
Seminary-level introduction to hermeneutics drawing on the Lutheran tradition to identify the main issues and processes of interpreting biblical texts.
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