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by James D. G. Dunn

eBook The Living Word ePub
Author: James D. G. Dunn
Language: English
ISBN: 0800620976
ISBN13: 978-0800620974
Publisher: Fortress Pr; 1st Fortress Press ed edition (April 1, 1988)
Pages: 256
Category: Bible Study & Reference
Subcategory: Christians
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James Douglas Grant Dunn FBA (born 1939), also known as Jimmy Dunn, is a British New Testament scholar who was for many years the Lightfoot Professor of Divinity in the Department of Theology at the University of Durham, now Emeritus Lightfoot Profes.

James Douglas Grant Dunn FBA (born 1939), also known as Jimmy Dunn, is a British New Testament scholar who was for many years the Lightfoot Professor of Divinity in the Department of Theology at the University of Durham, now Emeritus Lightfoot Professor. He has worked broadly within the Protestant tradition. Dunn was born on 21 October 1939 in Birmingham, England. He has the following degrees: BSc Economics and Statistics at University of Glasgow class II Honours, 1961.

In this book, which began as the Griffith Thomas Lectures delivered at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, Professor Dunn first develops the theme of New Testament interpretation as a dialogue .

In this book, which began as the Griffith Thomas Lectures delivered at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, Professor Dunn first develops the theme of New Testament interpretation as a dialogue between the interpreter in his historical context and the biblical texts .

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Avoiding easy answers, Dunn offers precise responses to questions about the history behind the Gospels; the original scandal presented by Jesus' and Paul's teaching; the problem of pseudonymity in the Pauline letters and what weight should be given to the Bible views on scriptural authority.

James D. Dunn is Professor of Divinity at the University of Durham and author of numerous books including Unity and Diversity in the New Testament, The Theology of Paul the Apostle, and The Parting of the Ways between Christianity and Judaism. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products.

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Oghmaghma
I happened upon this book by accident. I always enjoy books that delve into scripture and how it should function in the lives of believers. Lo and behold, there was a perfectly good book on this very subject from eminent scholar James Dunn all along! Dunn's objective in this book is to explore the proper role of the Bible and how believers are ideally supposed to utilize it as "living tradition". Let it be known that Dunn is not out to criticize fundamentalists. He is not picking sides in this book. He is simply going where he feels he is warranted; sometimes he ends up on the side of fundamentalists and sometimes he doesn't. The questions considered in this book are (but are not limited to):

-How is the Bible best interpreted?
-How does this interpretation fit within our faith communities?
-How does the fact that the Gospels stem from oral tradition affect our interaction with them?
-Was Jesus a liberal regarding His view towards scripture?
-Was Paul a heretic regarding His view towards scripture?
-How does the problem of pseudonymity affect our view of scripture?
-Is the Bible inerrant and how does this affect our utilization of it?
-Does the Biblical canon reflect unity or diversity?
-What about the possibility of continuing revelation today?
-Is certainty apprehensible or desired regarding Biblical interpretation?
How can we reconcile critical scholarship with the Bible?

Dunn is very careful in addressing all of these questions. This is, without a doubt, one of the best books on scripture I have read. I highly recommend all believers who take scripture seriously to delve into The Living Word to see a faithful scholar's insights regarding scripture.
WinDImmortaL
Every thinking evangelical should welcome a book like this. Dunn provides some useful criticisms of the traditional evangelical defence of the authority of Scripture, particularly on the issue of inerrancy, and investigates Scripture's claims about itself - what it reveals about its own inspiration, the nature of its authority, and how the Bible writers used and interpreted the Old Testament record. His conclusions may be disagreeable to some - see the chapter entitled 'Was Jesus a liberal? Was Paul a heretic?' for example - but his voice cannot go unheard, and as usual Dunn combines a real respect for the Scriptures with honest, reasonable scholarship and clear thinking.
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