"(Adam) seeks to establish that NT theology need not be founded on warrants derived from historical-critical reasoning. After presenting a physiognomy of modernity, he duscusses modern NT theology, the modern consensus in NT theology, modern NT theology under interrogation, the philosophical erosion of modernity, and prospects for non-modern NT theology. He concludes that NT theologians who feel unreasonably constrained by the imperatives that the modern NT theology requires should look for legitimation from the particular reading formations that motivate their discomfort with modernity, not from the modernity that constrains them." (New Testament Abstracts)
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