INTRODUCING A RESEARCH PROJECT ON CONTEXTUAL HERMENEUTICS

Bernard Lategan

Abstract


Because of the variety of discourses in progress in the South African context and because of the plurality of hermeneutical approaches to biblical texts, there is an urgent need for systematic research on basic aspects of a contextual hermeneutics. Some of the priorities in this regard are discussed and details are given of a research project initiated by the Centre for Contextual Hermeneutics to address these issues.

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Contextual Hermeneutics

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/33-0-1877

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