Border Crossings: Cross-cultural Hermeneutics

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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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The Mighty Are Brought Down
Crossing Boundaries as a Theological

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D. N. Premnath is an associatr professor of the Hebrew Bible and the academic dean of St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry in Rochester, New York. He is author of "Eight Century Prophets: A Social Analysis.

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