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Reading Scripture as a Political Act

eBook|Nov 2015
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Although scholars increasingly understand Scripture to contain political dimensions and implications, the interpretation of Scripture is often marginalized in most scholarly discussions of political theology. Reading Scripture as a Political Act takes a step toward remedying this situation by exploring...


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Although scholars increasingly understand Scripture to contain political dimensions and implications, the interpretation of Scripture is often marginalized in most scholarly discussions of political theology. Reading Scripture as a Political Act takes a step toward remedying this situation by exploring some of the ways the church has read Scripture politically. In particular, this volume examines the political character of premodern and modern theologians' readings of Scripture with attention to how their readings relate to or address political challenges in their particular social and historical settings. The essays attempt to illuminate the ways that the theological interpretation of Scripture shaped the theopolitical imaginations of Augustine, Basil of Caesarea, Bonaventure, Thomas Aquinas, Bartolome de las Casas, John Wesley, Karl Barth, Henri de Lubac, and John Howard Yoder, among others. Several essays in the volume also take constructive steps and suggest how these models of reading Scripture can inform the contemporary task of reading Scripture in political contexts. The volume covers the earliest Christian centuries to the late modern era, and considers carefully the close coordination between Scripture, theology, and social and political concerns. As a whole, the collection provides a robust survey of Christian theopolitical interpretation of the Bible.
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  • <span><span>although Scholars Increasingly Understand Scripture To Contain Political Dimensions And Implications, The Interpretation Of Scripture Is Often Marginalized In Most Scholarly Discussions Of Political Theology. Reading Scripture As A Political Act Takes A Step Toward Remedying This Situation By Exploring Some Of The Ways The Church Has Read Scripture Politically. In Particular, This Volume Examines The Political Character Of Premodern And Modern Theologians' Readings Of Scripture With Attention To How Their Readings Relate To Or Address Political Challenges In Their Particular Social And Historical Settings. The Essays Attempt To Illuminate The Ways That The Theological Interpretation Of Scripture Shaped The Theopolitical Imaginations Of Augustine, Basil Of Caesarea, Bonaventure, Thomas Aquinas, Bartolome De Las Casas, John Wesley, Karl Barth, Henri De Lubac, And John Howard Yoder, Among Others. Several Essays In The Volume Also Take Constructive Steps And Suggest How These Models Of Reading Scripture Can Inform The Contemporary Task Of Reading Scripture In Political Contexts. The Volume Covers The Earliest Christian Centuries To The Late Modern Era, And Considers Carefully The Close Coordination Between Scripture, Theology, And Social And Political Concerns. As A Whole, The Collection Provides A Robust Survey Of Christian Theopolitical Interpretation Of The Bible.</span></span>