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One Text, A Thousand Methods: Studies in Memory of Sjef van Tilborg
edited by Patrick Chatelion Counet and Ulrich Berges
SBL Press, 2016
Paper: 978-1-62837-146-8

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

A Brill classic now in paperback from SBL Press



Essays in this volume describe the shift in biblical exegesis within the last several decades from the interpretation of biblical texts as the outcome of historical development, or diachronic methodology, to the exploration of the text as the result of a reading process rather than a historical process, or synchronic methodology. The methods discussed include ideology criticism, semantic and poetic analysis, cognitive linguistics, drama theory, narratology, deconstruction, and anthropology, and intertextuality. The authors of this work challenge biblical scholars not to just perform exegesis, but to explore the methods and aims underlying their interpretations.



Features:



  • Essays examine texts from the Old or New Testament through the lens of one of the many modern synchronic methods used in postmodern literary interpretation

  • Fifteen essays from top scholars in the field

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