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Reception History, Tradition and Biblical Interpretation
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Contents 1. Introduction: impulses and parameters of this study 2. Reception history and historical-critical exegesis 3. The case study and historical-critical tools: genre and the Erwartungshorizont 4. The case study and historical-critical tools: lexis and the Erwartungshorizont 5. The case study and historical-critical tools: socio-historical setting and the Erwartungshorizont 6. Reception history and the progressive process 7. The case study: contours of a tradition in the Church 8. The case-study: contours of a tradition in literature 9. Reception history and theological hermeneutics 10. The case study and theological hermeneutics 11. Conclusion Bibliography Index

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An evaluation of current trends in biblical interpretation and an advocacy of the hermeneutical role of historical consciousness - using Gadamer's hermeneutics and a case study in New Testament exhortations to 'submit'.

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Robert Evans is Senior Lecturer in New Testament Theology at the University of Chester, UK.

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A valuable, enlightening study ... Many NT scholars will value this book, particularly for the study of reception of hupotassein. Those interested in hermeneutics will wish to pay special attention to Evans' argument for the important place of historical criticism in Gadamer's scheme. * Journal for the Study of the New Testament *
Robert Evans' Reception History, Tradition and Biblical Interpretation is an important discussion partner in the hermeneutics of reception history and is not to be missed by anyone with an interest in hermeneutics, reception history, and methodological issues of New Testament study. * The Two Cities *
Evans has provided us with an invaluable guide to the legacy of Hans-Georg Gadamer and Hans-Robert Jauss. This book will provoke anyone embarking on research in the reception of the Bible to reflect more carefully on their appropriation of the concept of Wirkungsgeschichte. * Review of Biblical Literature *

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