Border Crossings: Cross-cultural Hermeneutics
Devadasan Nithya Premnath
Orbis Books, 2007 - Religion - 179 pages
11 commissioned essays by both Catholic and Protestant contributors describe the most recent developments around the world in cross-cultural hermeneutics, and are grouped into three main sections: Biblical interpretations, Theological interpretations, and Missiological interpretations.
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