Evangelical Hermeneutics: Commonality and Diversity

Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 43 (2):117-129 (1989)
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Abstract

Although far from the monolith uniformed opinion often takes it to be, evangelicalism represents a distinct and important perspective on the controverted questions of biblical authority and interpretation; and its voice needs to be heard in the on-going hermeneutical task

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