This book proposes that the Bible's central claim to answer our ultimate life and death questions is the clue for a method of interpretation which fits with the nature of the text as a canonic whole. A faithful hermeneutic of Scripture will be pastoral in intention, approaching Scripture on the level of certitude. The book is unusual in that it attempts to forge a synthesis between an evangelical concern for biblical authority with modern critical concerns to do justice to the phenomena of Scripture. Co-published with the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto.
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About the Author
James H. Olthius is Senior Member in Philosophical Theology at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto. Donald G. Bloesch is Professor of Theology at Dubuque Theology Seminary in Iowa. Clark H. Pinnock is Professor of Systematic Theology at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario. Gerald T. Sheppard is Professor of Old Testament at Emmanuel College, University of Toronto.