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read & download ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub à John H. Walton The Lost World of Scripture free read Ý 109 John H. Walton à 9 review Testaments today Stemming from uestions about scriptural inerrancy inspiration and oral transmission of ideas The Lost World of Scripture examines the process by which the Bible has come to be what it is today From the reasons why specific words were used to convey certain ideas to how oral tradition impacted the transmission of biblical texts the authors seek to uncover how these issues might affe. There is a LOT to pull from this book and the claims the co authors are making are not insignificant These claims are remarkably well argued though which makes it an indispensable read John Walton contributes the chapters on Old Testament composition and while I did enjoy these I particularly love some of Walton s other work on Genesis I was extremely impressed by newcomer Brent Sandy s chapters on the New Testament texts I ve always heard pastorsteachers say things like these stories would have been spoken and passed around orally for years before they were actually written down but never before have I actually approached understanding WHAT THAT MEANS for our modern interpretation This book goes to remarkable lengths to explain what a culture of orality would look like and how our modern culture of textuality compares to it Most importantly the authors draw implications of this contrast for biblical interpretation and application Issues like inerrancy modern science and ethicslegislation are all unpacked in incredibly helpful ways One brief word of caution the early chapters delve into some abstract speech act theory terms are used like locution illocution and perlocution These can be difficult to read but truly do lay an essential foundation for understanding the arguments laid out in the rest of the chapters Push through these and you are truly in store for a perspective changing look at the bible Highly highly recommended Witness to War The Civil War 1861 1865 Witness to War process by which the Bible has come to be what it is today From the reasons why specific words were used to convey certain ideas to how oral tradition impacted the transmission of biblical texts the authors seek to uncover how these issues might affe. There is a LOT to Annie pull from this book and the claims the co authors are making are not insignificant These claims are remarkably well argued though which makes it an indispensable read John Walton contributes the chapters on Old Testament composition and while I did enjoy these I Back Alley Slut particularly love some of Walton s other work on Genesis I was extremely impressed by newcomer Brent Sandy s chapters on the New Testament texts I ve always heard The Collected Works of DrPatrick Carnes pastorsteachers say things like these stories would have been spoken and Revolution in Manufacturing Single minute Exchange of Die System passed around orally for years before they were actually written down but never before have I actually approached understanding WHAT THAT MEANS for our modern interpretation This book goes to remarkable lengths to explain what a culture of orality would look like and how our modern culture of textuality compares to it Most importantly the authors draw implications of this contrast for biblical interpretation and application Issues like inerrancy modern science and ethicslegislation are all unpacked in incredibly helpful ways One brief word of caution the early chapters delve into some abstract speech act theory terms are used like locution illocution and Longing Orgasmic Texas Dawn #2 perlocution These can be difficult to read but truly do lay an essential foundation for understanding the arguments laid out in the rest of the chapters Push through these and you are truly in store for a Sight and Sound A Fiftieth Anniversary Selection perspective changing look at the bible Highly highly recommended

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Inerrancy is a tricky word Though as told by this book it was coined as a statement of trust in God against the hermeneutic of skepticism employed by scholars bent on discovering new ways of deconstructing religion today it is often used as a purity check for whether someone is a real Christian or not But as the meaning of the word has changed so has our knowledge of the past and specifically about ancient literature This book takes what we have learned about ancient literature and applies it to what we know about the production of the bible and then discusses whether inerrancy can still be affirmed of the scriptures and what exactly it meansMuch of this book centers around the idea that the bible was produced in an oral culture instead of a print culture like ours Most of the bible was probably composed orally long before it was written down Written text was not considered superior or authoritative than oral text in fact it was often considered inferior since some of the passion or clarity would be lost if the author were not there to speak hisher words in person Even when things were written down they were written for preservation or other practical purposes and the written version did not supersede the oral tradition that would continue to be the primary way of communication Therefore much of the inerrancy debates over authorship and the importance of exact wording are based off of our modern Western idea of authorship and the importance of exact wording and need to be reexaminedIn this book the authors also present the helpful categories of locution illocution and paralocution These roughly correspond to the content and form of the text itself the intended purpose of the producer and the response of the hearerreader The authors place inerrancy and the authority of scripture at the level of illocution what is authoritative is the purpose of the speaker So if the speaker is speaking for the purpose of conveying information then inerrancy applies in the way many take it to mean today that the information is factually true But if the speaker s purpose is to sketch a biographical picture of a person like the gospels do of Jesus then inerrancy applies primarily to the picture of Jesus conveyed by the speaker s words and not necessarily to the minor details Another example would be to consider in what way a proverb could be inerrant since a proverb by definition is a generalization of the way the world works sometimes but not always According to this model inerrancy would mean that learning the proverb and pondering it would indeed be useful in making us wise which is the purpose of the speakerI would be interested in a in depth treatment of this model as applied to scripture since in some areas I don t think I completely understood the authors arguments The authors are pretty strong on the idea that inerrancy applies to illocution and also that the illocution of the author is stable and cannot be added to This presents a problem when we see a NT biblical author taking the words locution of a previous OT author to mean something different than what the author probably meant originally The authors of this book resolve this problem by saying that though the locution was borrowed the illocution of the NT biblical author is authorized in its own right by the Holy Spirit Thus the NT author is not claiming and does not have to claim that his illocution in using an OT prophesy is the same as the illocution of the uoted OT author To me this seems a little disjointed since for any reader the meaning and authority of the NT text would certainly be bolstered by the already established OT text That is most readers would not naturally separate the two texts as being independently authorized but would immediately make the connection in their mind that the authority of the two are interconnected perhaps by the purpose of God So to me it seems that there is to be said hereIf it takes a whole book to ualify what the word inerrancy then is it still a useful word If a majority of people in the Christian world read this book and agreed upon a definition then maybe it would be But I personally have stopped using the word since I think for most people it still implies a perspective on the bible that makes it something it is not But whether the church continues to use the word or not the book provides some well supported suggestions on how we ought to think about what the bible is and how it conveys authority I would definitely recommend this book to anyone wanting to get their feet wet in learning about the ancient context of the bible Birthday Wishes The List #1 purity check for whether someone is a real Christian or not But as the meaning of the word has changed so has our knowledge of the Pelukis Misterius (Noni series) past and specifically about ancient literature This book takes what we have learned about ancient literature and applies it to what we know about the Anyone here been raped speaks English? 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