Title

The Pros and Cons of Intertextuality

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2014

Publication Details

This book chapter was originally published as:

Cole, R. (2014). The pros and cons of intertextuality. In R. Cole, & P. Petersen (Eds.), Hermeneutics, intertextuality and the contemporary meaning of scripture (pp. 3-15). Hindmarsh, Australia: ATF Press.

ISBN: 9781921817977

Abstract

An exploration of the pros and cons of intertextuality as a way of understanding Scripture. Historical Criticism has often been seen as the domain of liberal approaches to exegesis, but evangelicals may become the rightful heirs of this approach as liberalism diminishes the place of history in understanding Scripture in favour of more literary subjective approaches.

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