Reclaiming the Bible for the Church

by Carl E. Braaten

Reclaiming the Bible for the Church Synopsis

Leading theologians speak out on the crisis in the role of biblical authority and the interpretation of the Bible in the church. 'The various chapters in this excellent book, summarised as to leading themes by editors in the introduciton, orginated as conference papers which addressed the question: can the Bible still speak to the Church in an age of critical historical awareness? It is a book which will repay careful reading by all those concerned to maintain or restore an intergral connection between Bible and Church while retaining also a personal integrity of intellect and spirit. There are eight essays in all, each addressing the central question in its own unique manner.' Colm O Baoill, University of Aberdeen, Scottish Journal of Theology

Reclaiming the Bible for the Church Press Reviews

The various chapters in this excellent book, summarised as to leading themes by editors in the introduciton, orginated as conference papers which addressed the question: can the Bible still speak to the Church in an age of critical historical awareness? It is a book which will repay careful reading by all those concerned to maintain or restore an intergral connection between Bible and Church while retaining also a personal integrity of intellect and spirit. There are eight essays in all, each addressing the central question in its own unique manner. Colm O Baoill, University of Aberdeen, Scottish Journal of Theology--Sanford Lakoff Scottish Journal Of Theology

Book Information

ISBN: 9780567085337
Publication date: 1st January 1996
Author: Carl E. Braaten
Publisher: T.& T.Clark Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 150 pages
Categories: Biblical studies & exegesis,

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