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Introduction Générale

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In this introduction chapter, the expression used by theologians to describe the research and analytic and synthetic exposition of biblical thought is that of "biblical theology". The use of religious historical parallels for or against Church, doctrine, or faith does not date of modem times. This is an attitude which is common to all scientific method in research of a partial truth, and especially as one believes in the full and complete Truth, in God. Without neglecting the procomposed solutions, of pseudoscientific fundamentalism in the extreme radicalism, the theologian of the Bible will resume the problem for his own account. The historic overview has already evoked some of the problems that arise apropos of the standard, the text, the literary forms, the authenticity, the "reliability of biblical documents. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: biblical documents; biblical theology; biblical thought; historic overview; religious historical parallels; scientific method



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