Browsing Theology and Religious Studies by Authors
Judge for yourselves: Reading 1 CorinthiansEvans, Robert; University College Chester (Darton, Longman & Todd, 2003-10-13)This book discusses the servant-sovereignity of Christ, Paul's role and status within his churches, questions of social status, the freedoms and authority of marriage partners, authority and equality in worship, women's freedom or constraints in worship, and slaves and the hierarchical household. There is also a case study in Paul's message and method.
Using the Bible: Studying the textEvans, Robert; University of Chester (2009)This book discusses questions of how the Bible is used, key issues of text and translation, the history of Biblical interpretation, Key concepts and methods in reading the Old Testament and the New Testament, the nature of religious language, historical and literary approaches to Biblical interpreation, and the relationship of interpreting Biblical text with religious belief and other ideologies. There is a worked example based on a passage in the Gospel of Mark.
Using the Bible: Studying the textEvans, Robert (Darton, Longman & Todd, 1999-09-01)This book discusses how the Bible can be read within a Christian and Biblical scholarship framework. It covers text and translation, the history of Bibical interpretation, the nature of religious language, and the relationship between interpreting Bibical text with religious belief and other ideologies.