Two Horizons

↠ Two Horizons ✓ Anthony C. Thiselton - Two Horizons, Two Horizons This lucidly written survey of hermeneutics includes a thorough examination of the extent of the contribution of philosophy to the interpretation of the Bible as well as a detailed original treatment

  • Title: Two Horizons
  • Author: Anthony C. Thiselton
  • ISBN: 9780802800060
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two Horizons

    ↠ Two Horizons ✓ Anthony C. Thiselton - Two Horizons, Two Horizons This lucidly written survey of hermeneutics includes a thorough examination of the extent of the contribution of philosophy to the interpretation of the Bible as well as a detailed original treatment

    • ↠ Two Horizons ✓ Anthony C. Thiselton
      282 Anthony C. Thiselton
    Two Horizons

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    1. Charles Puskas

      I read portions of this book when it was first published in 1980 his revised dissertation , but I now wanted to read through all 455 pages to understand Thiselton earliest interpretations Heidegger, Gadamer, and Wittgenstein for New Testament interpretation His understandings of Heidegger and Gadamer are helpful especially as they relate to the new hermeneutic now waning in influence His assessment of Wittgenstein is selective probably due to the perplexity of his thought and its relevance for b [...]

    2. Jacob Aitken

      Thiselton draws from Gadamer s fusion of horizons and argues that the modern interpreter, no less than the text, stands in a given historical context and tradition Thiselton 11 Earlier, Enlightenment friendly hermeneutics agreed that the text was culturally and socially conditioned They simply denied that they, too, were conditioned While the book at times reads like a summary encyclopedia of several thinkers, Thiselton goes break new ground and clear misconceptions.Thiselton s use of scholars [...]

    3. Mayowa Adebiyi

      Much easier to read than Vanhoozer s is there meaning in this Text , precedes it yet just as good as KJV s sophisticated treatment of Literary Theory in fact Vanhoozer quotes from it extensively.Although this is just as good in its own right, I d recommend reading this first and then tackling Vanhoozer as well.

    4. Jacob McGill

      This is tough It would probably be very helpful to read his sparring partners before reading this I got about 1 3 of the way through before giving up I m sure there is a lot here, but it s not helpful to me until I have a better foundation.

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