ON PLOTTING THE EXEGETICAL-HERMENEUTICAL LANDSCAPE

Louis C Jonker

Abstract


In recent years many scholars have ventured the quest towards an integrational or multidimensional approach to Biblical exegesis.  The present methodological environment in which exegetical strategies proliferate at an alarming rate, has become untenable.  In a recent dissertation I have indicated how the reading and interpretation of Biblical texts are hampered by the haphazard variety of exegetical strategies, in addition to the many exclusivistic claims that are made. 


Keywords


Synchrony; Diachrony; Text and meaning; Biblical exegesis; Exegetical-Hermeneutical Landscape; Exegetical-Hermeneutical strategies; Specialized reading; Competent reading

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/59-0-1534

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