[Reading] ➯ Slaves, Women Homosexuals: Exploring the Hermeneutics of Cultural Analysis ➷ William J Webb – Tactical-player.co.uk


Slaves, Women Homosexuals: Exploring the Hermeneutics of Cultural Analysis He Leads You Through The Maze Of Interpretation That Has Historically Surrounded Understanding Of Slaves, Women And Homosexuals, And He Evaluates Various Approaches To These And Other Biblical Ethical Teachings Throughout, Webb Attempts To Work Out The Hermeneutics Involved In Distinguishing That Which Is Merely Cultural In Scripture From That Which Is Timeless Craig A Evans By The Conclusion, Webb Has Introduced And Developed A Redemptive Hermeneutic That Can Be Applied To Many Issues That Cause Similar Dilemmas Darrel L Bock Writes In The Foreword To Webb S Work, His Goal Is Not Only To Discuss How These Groups Are To Be Seen In Light Of Scriptures But To Make A Case For A Specific Hermeneutical Approach To Reading These Texts This Book Not Only Advances A Discussion Of The Topics, But It Also Takes A Markedly New Direction Toward Establishing Common Ground Where Possible, Potentially Breaking Down Certain Walls Of Hostility Within The Evangelical Community



7 thoughts on “Slaves, Women Homosexuals: Exploring the Hermeneutics of Cultural Analysis

  1. says:

    A well balanced account of three related problems currently being tackled by Christians who accept the Bible as God s word However, it is quite academic in its approach so not for the light reader.


  2. says:

    A bit heavy, but thorough


  3. says:

    Toxic waste is a term once used in Washington to describe issues that could not be openly discussed without tainting the person discussing them High on the list of such issues were race, gender, and sexuality Hopefully, it is now possible to engage in reasoned conversation about these issues William Webb s book Slaves, Women and Homosexuals Exploring the Hermaneutics of Cul


  4. says:

    Webb provides a compelling interpretive approach to the Bible for discerning the application for just about any issue, but with the intention of drawing out conclusions for two key issues women in church and home leadership, and homosexuality Using and spiritual redemptive trajectory approach, and working through 18 possible criteria, Webb demonstrates that a strong case can be


  5. says:

    This author subtly rebuked the hermeneutical grammatical Hermeneutic in a way that would be similar to Satan s deceitful teachings Yes, Webb makes a solid argument But throughout his argument of cultural focused hermeneutics, he consistently bashes an approach that sees scripture how scripture sees itself God breathed This book was very sinful in that aspect, and he needs to repent


  6. says:

    Many of us like to think of the Bible as the moral guidebook Now to be sure, there are a lot of good moral lessons in the Bible Hardly anyone would contend that Love your neighbor as yourself is a bad idea, but there are some ideas that we just don t do today There are some matters explicitly commanded that we don t do today There are some commands that we think are even not good for u


  7. says:

    I consider this a superb treatment of a difficult subject I am persuaded by his biblical and theological argument I m grateful he wrote it.


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