Have you engaged with the best version of egalitarian theology? Undertaking my theological education was an exercise in examining one’s assumptions and “returning to the sources” (to quote the Reformation Humanists). It is all too easy, I have discovered, to argue against a strawman. I recall one lecturer saying that we should be able to...
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Hermeneutics is the formal term for the art and science of interpretation. The hermeneutical circle refers to the process of understanding a text—the interaction between the parts and the whole, along with the complex interplay between text and reader. In fact, to interpret a text assumes a certain internal hermeneutical stability within oneself—a sense of...
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