By Mark Minor
Desk of contents, advent, consultant for utilizing the publication, abbreviations, index of authors. A bibliography of works taking a literary-critical method of the Bible, in place of the older historical-critical method. comprises common works at the testaments and works particular to books of the Bible or parts thereof. xxxii, 520 pages. fabric. 8vo..
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Cahill, P. Joseph. " SR 12 (1983), 51-62. " Therefore, the best work is being done among those who make use of literary criticism. 67. Cary, Norman Reed. " LiJeraJuTt! and &lief 9 (1989), 3046. Biblical and literary criticism have moved along roughly parallel lines: historical, leading to denial of history, leading to a proliferation of approaches both historical and ahistorical. Biblical criticism, despite the growth of literary techniques, is still largely historical, since only a small minority of critics have tried structuralism or any other true literary-critical techniques.
49-62. "'s it possible ... " 72. Crossan, John Dominic. " Interpretation 32 (1978). 269-285. The importance of a literary approach to the Bible, with a survey of many recent, important books and articles. Biblical studies must use literary criticism because language is the only metasemiotic system available to us. 73. B. " ABR33 (1985),15-30. The rise of literary-critical approaches to the Bible has created two competing paradigms. It remains to be seen which paradigm will win out, or whether some compromise is possible.
Hermeneutics, Literary Theory and the Bible," in The Study of Literature and Religion: An Introduction (Minneapolis: Fortress P, 1989), pp. 8~96. The literary-theological implications of Milton's Paradise Lost and the theories of Ferdinand Saussure; modern reader-response critidun, structuralism, Paul Ricoeur and their hermeneutic results for reading the Bible. "But the privilege granted to the Biblical text must be hard-won, not least through a critical awareness of it as literary art and language.