FROM MULTICULTURALITY TO INTERCULTURALITY: CAN INTERCULTURAL BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS BE OF ANY ASSISTANCE?

Louis Jonker

Abstract


This paper, as well as other papers presented at the same interdisciplinary
colloquium1 form part of the theoretical reflection of a research project with the title
“Utilising hermeneutics in the move from multiculturality to interculturality:
Intercultural Bible reading as case study.”2 In the present contribution the problem
that is investigated is identified, and the possible contribution of biblical
hermeneutics is indicated. A preliminary discussion of key concepts such as
“culture”, “multiculturality” and “interculturality” is also presented here.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/91-0-1099

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