Word Without End: The Old Testament as Abiding Theological Witness
Word without Endadvocates a canonical approach to biblical interpretation, one that does not allow the New Testament to eclipse the interpretation of the Old Testament. In so doing, Seitz directly challenges the way in which the Old Testament is currently...
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Word without Endadvocates a canonical approach to biblical interpretation, one that does not allow the New Testament to eclipse the interpretation of the Old Testament. In so doing, Seitz directly challenges the way in which the Old Testament is currently being read and taught in theological seminaries. By attending to "theology," "exegesis," and "practice" - the three divisions of the book - Seitz models a reading of the Old Testament as Scripture that lays out a theological foundation for the life of the church.
Christopher R. Seitz (Ph.D., Yale University) is professor of biblical interpretation at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, in Toronto, Ontario. He previously taught at the University of St. Andrews and Yale University. He is the author or editor of twelve books including Figured Out: Typology, Providence and Christian Scripture; Nicene Christianity The Future for a New Ecumenism; Goodly Fellowship of the Prophets, The: The Achievement of Association in Canon Formation; Isaiah 1-39 (Interpretation Bible Commentaries) and most recently Colossians (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible).
- Abbreviations Introduction Biblical Theology 1. The Old Testament As Abiding Theological Witness: Inscripting A Theological Curriculum 2. God As Other, God As Holy: Election And Disclosure In Christian Scripture 3. The Historical-critical Endeavor As Theology: The Legacy Of Gerhard Von Rad 4. "and Without God In The World": A Hermeneutic Of Estrangement Overcome 5. "in Accordance With The Scriptures": Creed, Scripture, And "historical Jesus" 6. Old Testament Or Hebrew Bible?: Some Theological Considerations 7. The Changing Face Of Old Testament Studies 8. Biblical Authority In The Late Twentieth Century: The Baltimore Declaration, Scripture-reason- Tradition, And The Canonical Approach 9. "we Are Not Prophets Or Apostles": The Biblical Theology Of B. S. Childs Exegesis 10. Isaiah And The Search For A New Paradigm: Authorship And Inspiration 11. Isaiah And Lamentations: The Suffering And Afflicted Zion 12. Royal Promises In The Canonical Books Of Isaiah And The Psalms 13. How Is The Prophet Isaiah Present In The Latter Half Of The Book? The Logic Of Isaiah 40-66 Within The Book Of Isaiah 14. Isaiah In Parish Bible Study: The Question Of The Place Of The Reader In Biblical Texts 15. Isaiah In New Testament, Lectionary, Pulpit 16. The Call Of Moses And The "revelation" Of The Divine Name: Source-critical Logic And Its Legacy Practice 17. The Divine Name In Christian Scripture 18. Human Sexuality Viewed From The Bible's Understanding Of The Human Condition 19. The City In Christian Scripture 20. Reader Competence And The Offense Of Biblical Language: The Limitations Of So-called Inclusive Language 21. The Lectionary As Theological Construction 22. Sexuality And Scripture's Plain Sense: The Christian Community And The Law Of God Conclusion Index Of Authors Index Of Scripture References