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Methodological Issues in Interpreting the Old Testament Passages : Socio-anthropological, Hybridity & Subaltern Perspectives
Authorship Description
Joel Joseph.
Bibliographical Details xii, 161 p. 24 cm.
Edition, Place & Publisher 1st ed. New Delhi, Christian World Imprints.
ISBN-10 9351484629
ISBN-13 9789351484622, 978-9351484622
Year of Publication 2020.
Series Biblical Hermeneutics Rediscovered - 32.
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This book is an attempt to provide the theological scholars a bird's eye view on various methodologies. These methodologies would be beneficial to make the readers aware of the author, text and context based perspectives in a very succinct manner. This also deals with the various streams of thoughts concentrating on the Philosophical, Roman Catholic and Ecumenical strands; Asian, Indian, Vernacular and other strands. This book will help the readers to see, how these perspectives will be helpful in reading the biblical text, especially the Old Testament texts.

                                                                           Contents

Preface

1. Introduction
2. What is Hermeneutics? Things to be Kept in Mind for Doing Hermeneutics
3. Risk in Hermeneutics
4. Bible Centered Approach
5. The Patristic Period
6. Middle Ages (AD 600-1500)
7. Renaissance, Reformation and Enlightenment
8. Historical Hermeneutics of the Old Testament During the 17th and 18th Centuries
9. The Nineteenth Century Developments in Hermeneutics
10. Hermeneutics of Neo-Orthodox Theologians
11. Philosophical Hermeneutics
12. New Hermeneutics
13. Roman Catholic Hermeneutics
14. The Political/Subaltern/Contextual Hermeneutics
15. The Asian Hermeneutics
16. Dhvani - An Indian Hermeneutics
17. Relational Hermeneutics
18. The Ecumenical Hermeneutics
19. Indigenous Hermeneutics
20. Vernacular Hermeneutics
21. The Current Concepts and Understanding in New Literary Critical Methodologies or Text Oriented Hermeneutics
22. The Socio-Scientific Approaches
23. Pedagogical Reading of the Biblical Text of Balaam and Balak form Socio Anthropological, Hybridity and Subaltern Perspective (Numbers 22-24) and Seeing a Relevant Theology of the Exilic and Post-Exilic Times

Conclusion
Bibliography

Rev. Dr. Joel Joseph is from Jabalpur (MP). He holds a Master’s degree in Sociology (MA), registered for a doctoral program from IGNOU; a Doctorate in Old Testament from UTC, Bangalore (Serampore University). He is a faculty in the Department of Old Testament at New Theological College, Dehradun, since 2005. His area of research is the Rebuilding of the Temple during the Persian Period. His book, Politico-Economic and Socio-Religious Factors Behind the Rebuilding of the Second Temple During the Persian Period: A Sociological and Postcolonial Reading  was published by Missions Academie, Hamburg, Germany.  He is in the editorial board of an International Journal, called Sacrum Testamentum.

He has also made a remarkable contribution by writing on the Book of Joel, in the SABC Commentary. He has also written many articles in prestigious Journals. He was a pastor at various places like CEA Church, Dehradun; Bethany, Mathekare, Bangalore and Church of God, Koramangala, Bangalore. He is blessed with Ruby (wife), Jennifer (daughter), Joshua (son).



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