CritRdg2 - Stephanie Warner RELIGION 175: Introduction to...

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Stephanie Warner RELIGION 175: Introduction to the Critical Study Of Biblical Literature Critical Reading Questions #2 Critical Reading Text: Levenson, “Why Jews are Not Interested in Biblical Theology,” (pgs. 33-45) from the Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament, and Historical Criticism (on Blackboard) Instructions: The following questions are designed to help you discovery some of the most important points in your reading selections. The questions follow the basic course of the article. Please use specific examples from the reading? (1) According to Levenson what are some of the definitions and inherent problem with the terms “biblical theology”? It might mean either a biblical kind of theology, or the theological parts of biblical studies. “Biblical theology” is the study of the religious ideas of the bible in there historical context. It is historical in character and sets forth what the sacred writers thought about the divine matters; dogmatic theology, on the contrary, is didactic in
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This essay was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course REL 175 taught by Professor Bidmeadandhanges during the Spring '06 term at Miami University.

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CritRdg2 - Stephanie Warner RELIGION 175: Introduction to...

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