|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 196-211) and indexes.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Introduction : goals and assumptions -- Language-games, textuality, and genres -- Primary genre -- Secondary genre : the canon -- Pericopal theology and application -- Conclusion : summary and prospects.
|| A fundamental issue for preachers of the Bible has always been achieving an approach that is both faithful to the textual intention as well as fitting for the listening audience. What is historical and distant (the text) is, in preaching, made contemporary and near (praxis). Particularly pertinent is how this transaction may be conducted with respect to the self-contained and well-defined quantum of the scriptural text that is regularly employed in liturgical contextsthe pericope. This book answers the question: In a sermon intending to proclaim application from a pericope, what is the herme.
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