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comment Which hermeneutical approaches support a literal interpretation of the Creation account?
I'm not arguing for two sites. Rather, I'm saying that questions that are actually about hermeneutics are no less on-topic than questions about exegesis. Your point about the question being overly broad, OTOH, is well taken.
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comment Which hermeneutical approaches support a literal interpretation of the Creation account?
Lance, to see them as the same is simply ignoring the meaning of the words. See this question: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/36/…
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comment What does it mean that “Scripture interprets Scripture”?
possible duplicate of What is "Regula Fidei"?
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comment What is a Horizon of Understanding and how can it be applied to understanding the Bible?
+1 by the way :) For concretizing for my analytical brain
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comment What is a Horizon of Understanding and how can it be applied to understanding the Bible?
So, then, if my horizon and (say) Paul's horizon are separated by a couple thousand years, a language, culture, etc., are we hopelessly prone to misunderstanding each other? Or are you saying that by working to grasp the culture, I am moving toward Paul's horizon and thus I can understand his letters from his perspective.
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comment Which hermeneutical approaches support a literal interpretation of the Creation account?
@LanceRoberts 1. This is absolutely a hermeneutical question--asking what hermeneutical principals support that interpretation. 2. Your example is not even a hermeneutical question.
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