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After Pentecost: Language and Biblical Interpretation (Craig G Bartholomew Colin Greene, Karl Moller (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Zondervan, 2001) 9780310234128
After Pentecost: Language and Biblical Interpretation (Craig G Bartholomew Colin Greene, Karl Moller (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Zondervan, 2001) 9780310234128
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Title: After Pentecost: Language and Biblical Interpretation

Author: Bartholomew, Craig G Colin Greene, Karl Moller (eds)

Publisher: Zondervan; Publication Date: 2001

Hardcover; ISBN: 9780310234128

Volumes: 1; Pages: 464

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"There is always some view of language built into biblical interpretation. If we are to read Scripture to hear God's address it is vital that we attend to current debates about language and become critically conscious in this respect."Craig BartholomewAfter Pentecost is the second volume from the Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar. This annual gathering of Christian scholars from various disciplines was established in 1998 and aims to reassess the discipline of biblical studies from the foundations up and forge creative new ways for reopening the Bible in our cultures.The Seminar was aware from the outset that any renewal of biblical interpretation would have to attend to the issue of language. In this rich and creative volume the importance of linguistic issues for biblical interpretation is analyzed, the challenge of postmodernism is explored, and some of the most creative recent developments in philosophy and theology of language are assessed and updated for biblical interpretation.ContentsContributors xiiiAbbreviations xviiThe Artists xixIntroduction by Craig G. Bartholomew xxi1. From Speech Acts to Scripture Acts: The 1Covenant of Discourse and the Discourse ofCovenantKevin J. VanhoozerIntroduction: Language in Jerusalem and Athens 1The Covenant of Discourse: Speech Acts 4The Discourse of Covenant: Canonical Action 31Conclusion: The Covenant Community 44Summary of Theses 462. Ricoeur, Speech-act Theory, and the Gospels as History 50Dan R. StiverThe Gospels between History and Fiction 52Ricoeur's Interweaving of History and Fiction 55Speech-act Theory's Integration of History and Fiction 62An Interweaving of Ricoeur and Austin 673. The Promise of Speech-act Theory for 73Biblical InterpretationNicholas WolterstorffWhere We Are Now in Theory of Interpretation 73The Promise of Authorial-Discourse Interpretation for Biblical 82InterpretationInterpreting Scripture for Divine Discourse is 'Dogmatic' 85InterpretationObjections and Answers to Objections 87Should We Practice Divine-Discourse Interpretation? 894. How to Be a Postmodernist and Remain a 91Christian: A Responce to Nicholas WolterstorffMary Hesse5. 'Behind' and 'In Front Of' the Text: Language, 97Reference and IndeterminacyAnthony C. ThiseltonThe Metaphorical Force of 'Behind' and 'In Front Of' in 97HermeneuticsWhy is there Dissatisfaction with Representational or Referential 102Accounts of Texts and Language?Is there Still Value in Drawing Distinctions between Worlds 107'Behind' the Text and 'In Front Of' the Text?The Conflict between Consumerist Hermeneutics and Both 111Theism and Reasonableness: Two Sides of the Case?Concluding Postscript 1166. A 'Polite' Response to Anthony Thiselton 121William OlhausenLanguage, Meaning and Theology 122Politeness 125Biblical Interpretation and the Holy Spirit 127Conclusion 1297. Before Babel and After Pentecost: Language, 131Literature and Biblical InterpretationCraig G. BartholomewSummary of Argument 131Introduction 132Origins and Development of the Modern and Late Modern 132Debate about LanguageRelevance of this Debate to Biblical Interpretation 134Derrida, Language and Biblical Interpretation 139Postmodernism as Confronting Us with Our Ultimate or Religious 142Orientations Towards the World and LanguageScripture and Language 147Theology and Language, and Biblical Interpretation 151Conclusion 1638. Language at the Frontiers of Language 171Gregory J. LaugheryIntroduction 171Religious Language versus Other Types of Language 173Should Scripture be Read as any Other Book or in a Special Manner? 183Conclusion 1899. 'Starting a Rockslide'--Deconstructing History and Language via Christological Detonators 195Colin J. D. GreeneIntroduction 195Apocalyptic and the Metaphor of the Kingdom of God 196The Meaning of Apocalyptic and Eschatology within Recent 198Biblical ScholarshipJesus, Apocalyptic and the Kingdom of God 201The Early Christian Communities, Apocalyptic and the Kingdom of God 205Further Implications for the Philosophy of History 209Further Implications for the Philosophy of Language 21510. Words of Power: Biblical Language and 224Literary Criticism with Reference to StephenPrickett's Words and the Word and Mark 1: 21-28Stephen I. WrightThe Transparent Text? 225Religious and Poetic Language 229The Prophet and the Poet 231'Disconfirmation' and Revelation 234Metaphor and Reality 23611. Reviving the Power of Biblical Language: 241The Bible, Literature and Literary LanguageBrian D. Ingraffia & Todd E. PickettGeneral and Special Hermeneutics in Vanhoozer and Ricoeur (Ingraffia) 243Informing and Reforming the Scriptural Imagination: The Guest in Parable and Poetry (Pickett) 248Reforming or Deforming the Scriptural Imagination 25912. Naming the Father: The Teaching Authority of Jesus and Contemporary Debate 263David L. Jeffrey13. Words of (In-)evitable Certitude? Reflections on the Interpretation of Prophetic Oracles of Judgement 352Karl MllerProphetic Judgement Oracles--Words of 'Evitable' or Inevitable Certitude? 354The Prophets as Masters of Persuasion: The Contribution of Rhetorical Criticism 356Coming to Terms with Prophetic Speech Acts 365The Prophets and the Creative Imagination: Observations on the Metaphorical Nature of Language 371Imagistic Thinking and the Rewriting of the Encyclopaedia 37614. Metaphor and Exegesis 387Ian PaulIntroduction 387The Problem of Metaphor 389Ricoeur's Hermeneutic of Metaphor 390The Exegesis of Metaphor 394Metaphor, Exegesis and the Hermeneutical Task 397Conclusion 401Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, School of Theology and Religious Studies 403The British and Foreign Bible Society 405Name Index 407Subject Index 414
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