Scripture in Its Historical Contexts : Volume II: Exegesis, Hermeneutics, and Theology
James A. Sanders, Craig A. Evans

James A. Sanders has been at the forefront of the study of canon formation, history of interpretation, and textual criticism, specializing in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the use of the Old Testament in the New. Like no one else, he is able to bring together exegetical detail with hermeneutical and theological insight. He moves deftly from exegetical, critical detail to hermeneutical options and overarching theological implications. In this important collection of essays we have the mature fruit of decades of research, including careful engagement with ancient texts and fair-minded ecumenical discourse with the greatest minds in the field. These studies laid the foundation on which today's scholarly discussion is focused.

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