A Manual of Hermeneutics
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A Manual of Hermeneutics  -     By: Luis Alonso Schokel
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After two decades of teaching the subject, this distinguished Old Testament scholar compiles a synthesis that takes into account and organizes the factors that are at work in the act of understanding and interpreting literary texts: producer, receiver, text, subject matter, language. Two chapters deal with normative interpretation and the sociology of interpretation. The author, a learned and independent thinker who is in bondage to no theory, has aimed at density without obscurity, order without showiness.

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Title: A Manual of Hermeneutics
By: Luis Alonso Schokel
Format: Paperback
Vendor: Bloomsbury Academic
Weight: 10 ounces
ISBN: 1850758506
ISBN-13: 9781850758501
Stock No: WW58500

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After two decades of teaching the subject, this distinguished Old Testament scholar compiles a synthesis that takes into account and organizes the factors that are at work in the act of understanding and interpreting literary texts: producer, receiver, text, subject matter, language. Two chapters deal with normative interpretation and the sociology of interpretation. The author, who was a learned and independent thinker, in bondage to no theory, said of this work that it aimed at density without obscurity, order without showiness.

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