Faculty of Arts


THEOLOGY 701

Hermeneutics


Description

A critical examination of the development of the theory of hermeneutics within the philosophy of the twentieth century and its implications for the various sectors of theological study. It will explore how hermeneutical perspectives combine with methodologies particular to Biblical Studies, Christian Thought and History, and Practical Theology.

Availability 2012

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Professor Elaine Wainwright

Reading/Texts

This will be supplied in the Course Outline and will be available on CECIL, the course management system

Recommended Reading

Jasper, D. A Short Introduction to Hermeneutics. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2004.

Points

THEOLOGY 701: 15.0 points


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