BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION IN ESTABLISHED BIBLE STUDY GROUPS: A CHRONICLE OF A REGIONAL RESEARCH PROJECT

Ernst M Conradie, Hendrik L Bosman, Louis C Jonker

Abstract


Informal discussions lead to cooperation in research
During 1995 a number of Biblical scholars from the Universities of the Western Cape and
Stellenbosch came together for some informal discussions on the interpretation of the Bible.
With the occasional participation of scholars from other fields (e.g. Johan Degenaar and Paul
Cilliers from Philosophy) topics such as "Multidimensional interpretation", ''Textuality and
Intertextuality" were discussed. From these informal discussions surfaced the desire to
participate on a regional basis in a joint research project that would investigate the reading
strategies people use when they read the Bible.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/78-0-684

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