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Martin Bucer's Hermeneutics

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The choice how to summarise a Bible text is always based on an understanding of the text, and thus reflects exegetical and hermeneutical positions. Arguments, as these summaries in the sixteenth century were often called, were meant to orientate the reader concerning the content of the Psalm and often also suggested an application. This chapter establishes the exact degree of correspondence between Martin Bucers and Clément Marots Arguments . It discusses the hermeneutics that underlies Bucers Psalms commentary of which the tenor of the Arguments is a spinoff ; having done this, one might be able to assess Defauxs claim about the decisive impact of the Arguments on which the authors differ, analysing them in their proper context. After that the chapter turns to Marots Arguments to establish which Psalm hermeneutics is prevalent there, and so hope to get very close to what one might call Marots Psalm hermeneutics.

Keywords: Clément Marot; Martin Bucers Psalms commentary; Psalm hermeneutics



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