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List Of Contributors

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This section of the book African and European Readers of the Bible in Dialogue: In Quest of a Shared Meaning presents the list of contributors for the book. The authors' names along with brief descriptions of their professional experience. The differences between Europe and Africa are considerable, especially as far as the outlook on the status and interpretation of the bible is concerned. In Europe, biblical scholars are primarily focused on exploring the classical, scholarly biblical issues, while a great deal of research in Africa has recently been done on contextuality and the role of ordinary readers.

Keywords: African biblical scholars; contextuality; dialogue; European biblical scholars; ordinary readers



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