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From Canonical Criticism to Ecumenical Exegesis?

A Study in Biblical Hermeneutics

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<i>From Canonical Criticism to Ecumenical Exegesis?</i> considers five distinct approaches to canonical criticism (of Brevard S. Childs, James A. Sanders, Peter Stuhlmacher, Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, and the Amsterdam School of exegesis) and combines this with ideas from ecumenical hermeneutics and intercultural theology.

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