Linguistics & Biblical Interpretation
How do texts acquire meaning? How is the meaning communicated to the reader? The task of effective biblical interpretation begins with linguistics. In this introductory text on the use of linguistics in biblical interpretation, Peter Cotterell and Max Turner focus on the concept of meaning, the significance of author, text and reader, and the use of discourse analysis.
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Semantics and Hermeneutics 3 7
Dimensions of the Meaning of a Discourse
The Use and Abuse of Word Studies in Theology 706
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actually allegory Amnon attempt aware Barr Bible biblical chap chapter Christ Christian church clear coherence collocation communication concept context conversation Corinth Corinthians defined deixis denote dictionary Discourse Analysis discourse meaning discussion distinction elements elucidate English event example exegesis explain expression fact genre Gospel grammatical Greek head Hebrew Hermeneutics Hirsch identify idiolect implicature important indicate intended meaning interpretation introduced Jesus John John's kephale kernel Kittel language lexeme Lexical Semantics lexical sense Lexicography linguistic London Lord Luke Lyons merely metaphor metonymy Nicodemus Nida noun nuclear sentence offered parable particular passage Paul Paul's perceived pericope Pharisee polysemy possible presupposition pool propositions question reader reference relationship relevant Schnackenburg semantic structure semiotic sense relations significance simply speaker Spirit suggest synonym synonymy Tamar tence Testament theological tion topic translation understanding usage utterance verb verse whole woman word sense word studies writing