Rtie #02: Biblical Interpretation in the Reformed Tradition (Reformed Theology - Identity And Ecumenicity)
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About "Rtie #02: Biblical Interpretation in the Reformed Tradition (Reformed Theology - Identity And Ecumenicity)"
A dynamic array of scholars here inspects the role of the Reformed confessional tradition in the reading and interpretation of Scripture. Written by contributors not only from the West but also from Hungary, Romania, India, South Africa, and China, these essays recognize the influence of one??'s context in doing exegetical work. Wide-ranging and lucid, Reformed Theology: Identity and Ecumenicity II is an excellent resource for readers looking to examine current biblical and theological trends in Reformed thought. Contributors: Denise M. Ackermann Peter Balla Brian K. Blount Hendrik Bosman H. Russel Botman William P. Brown H. J. Bernard Combrink Beverly Roberts Gaventa Zsolt Gereb Theodore Hiebert Jaqueline E. Lapsley Bernard Lategan James Luther Mays J. Clinton McCann Jr. Alexander J. McKelway Patrick D. Miller Elna Mouton Piet J. Naud? Ed Noort E. A. Obeng Douglas F. Ottati Ronald A. Piper Cynthia L. Rigby D. R. Sadananda Konrad Schmid Dirk Smit Iain Torrance Hans Weder Carver T. Yu
Meet the Authors
Wallace M Alston (Ed)
Wallace M. Alston Jr. is former director of the Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, New Jersey, the senior minister at the Nassau Presbyterian Church in Princeton, New Jersey. He studied at Emory University, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, University of Zurich, and the Harvard Divinity School.
Michael Welker (Ed)
Michael Welker is professor of systematic theology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.