Refining Spirit Hermeneutics

In this article Craig S. Keener participates in the roundtable dialogue on his book: Spirit Hermeneutics: Reading Scripture in the Light of Pentecost. After responding individually to the reviews of L. William Oliverio, Jr., Kevin L. Spawn, Hannah R.K. Mather, Ben Aker, Jacqueline N. Grey, and Kenne...

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Published in:Pneuma
Main Author: Keener, Craig S. 1960-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Brill 2017
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In: Pneuma
Year: 2017, Volume: 39, Issue: 1/2, Pages: 198-240
Further subjects:B Spirit Hermeneutics Pentecostalism historical criticism literary context cultural context gender subjectivity objectivity pentecostal hermeneutics charismatic hermeneutics evangelical hermeneutics
Online Access: Volltext (Verlag)
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Summary:In this article Craig S. Keener participates in the roundtable dialogue on his book: Spirit Hermeneutics: Reading Scripture in the Light of Pentecost. After responding individually to the reviews of L. William Oliverio, Jr., Kevin L. Spawn, Hannah R.K. Mather, Ben Aker, Jacqueline N. Grey, and Kenneth J. Archer, Keener responds more fully to some key issues in the reviews and articulates elements of his hermeneutical theory that complement the arguments in his book, including discussions on conventional hermeneutics, the role of subjectivity/objectivity in interpretation, and the relationship between pentecostal hermeneutics and evangelical hermeneutics.
ISSN:1570-0747
Contains:In: Pneuma
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1163/15700747-03901011