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Particular philosophies and methodologies of textual interpretation.

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I completely agree with Richard's great answer, but would boil it down to this: Exegesis: interpretation (the process) Hermeneutics: rules of interpretation (the principles which should guide the pr …
answered Nov 10 '11 by kmote
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I don't think any "school of Hermeneutics" worth its salt would discount the importance of that characteristic of the book. While I don't believe it changes the interpretation of the book, it certainl …
answered Jan 28 '12 by kmote
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I can't speak to poetry in the NT, as I am not familiar with the distinctives of Greek poetry. But I would like to expand on @malachi1990's excellent answer by mentioning some of the characteristics t …
answered Apr 7 '14 by kmote