5 edition of Exegesis of Polemical Discourse found in the catalog.
November 30, 1997
by An American Academy of Religion Book
Written in English
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His commentaries, in which he focuses on the plain sense and context of a passage, are closer to polemical homilies than to a verse-by-verse exegesis (McCullough, 19–21). Much of the works of Mushe bar Kipho (d. ), who commented on the entire Bible, have been lost, though his commentaries on John, Luke and Acts along with part of the. The author of the Pentateuch is famously unknown. There are various ancient speculations about the relative roles of God and Moses in the production of the text, 1 and there is a plethora of modern investigations into the Bible's constituent documents and the authors responsible for them, but the biblical text itself is silent. The biblical narrator never identifies himself or herself 2 and Author: Yonatan Moss.
The conference was arranged by the editor of the book, Ryan Szpiech, who notes in the Introduction that the essays aim to examine and compare the function of interfaith exegesis as ‘a praxis of communal faith and a tool for demarcating the boundaries between religious communities and Author: BridgerJ. Scott. A Spiritual Exegesis of the Baptismal Covenant, Part 1 Labels: Anglicanism, Baptism (remember: scare quotes) then want nothing to do with it. In the North American Anglican political and polemical discourse, the BC is the wholly owned subsidiary of the Liberal cause. In other words, the Baptismal Covenant has become, like so many other.
Abstract This thesis will analyse the Qur’anic discourse regarding the People of the Book (Ahl Al-Kitāb). In the first two parts of the thesis, this will be investigated through the classical exegesis of Al-Ṭabarī. In the final and major part of the thesis, two contemporary Author: K. Hassan. Part 1 of the main body of the book addresses the role that language and literature play in the interpretation of the text. Silva discusses this topic in four chapters dealing with specific issues of text, vocabulary, syntax, and discourse and literary structure.5/5(3).
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Atlanta, Ga.: Scholars. Exegesis of Polemical Discourse: Ibn Hazm on Jewish and Christian Scriptures. Pulcini, Theodore. Theodore Pulcini argues that Ibn Hazm's polemical biblical exegesis is best understood within the centuries-old tradition in which Muslim authors evaluated the Jewish and Christian scriptures.
The critical study of biblical literature: exegesis and hermeneutics Exegesis, or critical interpretation, and hermeneutics, or the science of interpretive principles, of Exegesis of Polemical Discourse book Bible have been used by both Jews and Christians throughout their histories for various purposes.
The most common purpose has been discovering the truths and values of the Old and New Testaments by means of various. Embark on a journey of OT Hebrew exegesis with Jason DeRouchie. The books of the OT were the only Scriptures Jesus had.
It was books like Genesis and Deuteronomy, Isaiah and Psalms that shaped Jesus’ upbringing and that guided His life in ministry as the Jewish Messiah. It was these Scriptures that Jesus identified as God’s Word and that He considered to be authoritative; it was these.
At the same time, because it dealt with issues such as the nature of the canon, the limits of acceptable interpretation, and the meaning of salvation history from the perspective of faith, exegesis was elaborated in the Middle Ages along the faultlines of interconfessional disputation and polemical by: 2.
This collection of thirteen essays by world-renowned scholars of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam explores the nature of exegesis during the High and especially the Late Middle Ages as a discourse of cross-cultural and interreligious conflict, paying particular attention to the commentaries of scholars in the western and southern Mediterranean.
Ryan Szpiech, ed. Medieval Exegesis and Religious Difference: Commentary, Conflict, and Community in the Premodern Mediterranean, New York: Fordham University Press, Pp.
$55; ISBN Ryan Szpiech’s volume contains thirteen essays on different aspects of medieval exegesis in the context of religious disputation, polemic, and : David A. Wacks. In mid-March of the year –81, the Jewish phi los o pher of Baghdad, ʿIzz al-Dawla Saʿd ibn Manṣūr ibn Kammūnah (d.
) finished writing the famous book he published under the title:Tanqīḥ al-abḥāth li-lmilal al-thalāth(An Overview of Investigations into the Views of the Three Faiths).¹ It was an unaccustomed topic for this otherwise relentlessly philosophical and.
At the same time, because it dealt with issues such as the nature of the canon, the limits of acceptable interpretation, and the meaning of salvation history from the perspective of faith, exegesis was elaborated in the Middle Ages along the faultlines of interconfessional disputation and polemical conflict.
This chapter considers the dissemination of the anti-Christian text known as the Toledot Yeshu (“Life of Jesus”). The author shows that recent discoveries of many more versions of the Toledot Yeshu in Judeo-Arabic in the Cairo Geniza and elsewhere have enabled such research to include the Islamic world in a significant way.
In this light, she suggests interpreting the text in terms of oral Author: Alexandra Cuffel. polemic: [noun] an aggressive attack on or refutation of the opinions or principles of another. the art or practice of disputation or controversy. polemical: See: argumentative, contentious, controversial, dissenting, forensic, litigious, polemic.
Medieval Exegesis and Religious Difference: Commentary, Conflict, and Community in the Premodern Mediterranean. confl ict and polemical disputation between religious communities.
Th e Adopting a broad view of medieval exegesis as a discourse, or cluster of discourses, of cross-c ultural and interreligious con-Cited by: 2. medieval exegetes always a polemical discourse, or was there also a counter-tradition of REVIEWS ‘irenical’ exegesis?” (14).
Themes such as textual authority, authenticity, the nature of translation, conversion, and gender and exegesis form the basis of the book’s four sections: “Strategies of Reading on the Borders of Islam.
The Letter to the Galatians: Exegesis and Theology the gospel as articulated in Galatians points to the hard double-task described brilliantly in a recent book by Miroslav Volf. This is the definite, positive, and of course deeply polemical thrust of the first-ever exposition of.
In the Biblical Languages: Intermediate Certificate Program you’ll build competence in the biblical languages—both Hebrew and Greek—and in exegesis of the Old and New Testaments. Starting with a study of the alphabets and pronunciation, you’ll move into learning Hebrew and Greek grammatical forms.
Exercises and practice readings will reinforce your understanding along the way. Theodore Pulcini is the author of Orthodoxy and Catholicism ( avg rating, 32 ratings, 5 reviews, published ), Exegesis As Polemical Discourse (/5.
"Against the gods" is a study of the polemical theology of the Old Testament. In the modern age, people often claim that the Old Testament is a copy of other Near Eastern writings and mythology; this book is a response to that approach.4/5.“The quality of the studies in Medieval Exegesis and Religious Difference is of a very high level and many [of the essays] break new ground based on the close study of manuscripts or the examination of familiar texts from new perspectives.” - —Barry Dov Walfish, University of Toronto Library.Exegesis of John 6, "Bread of Life Discourse" Note: All scriptural chapter and verse citations without a name will be for John's Gospel.
All other scriptural citations will include the book name. All scriptural quotations are from the Revised Standard Version-Catholic Edition.