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  1. A New Vision for Israel: The Teachings of Jesus in National Context.Scot McKnight - 1999
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    Jesus, Bonhoeffer, and Christoform Hermeneutics.Scot McKnight - 2016 - Philosophia Christi 18 (1):221-229.
    Pacifism, as well as just war theory, are expressions of one’s general hermeneutic of reading the Bible. In recent New Testament hermeneutics, while the so-called old perspective might have more resonance with just war theory, both the new perspective and apocalyptic open the door to a hermeneutically based pacifism. I examine the case of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s under the category of a “Christoform hermeneutic,” namely, an approach to Christian ethics and the Christian and state that takes the suffering and cross of (...)
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  3. Turning to Jesus: The Sociology of Conversion in the Gospels.Scot McKnight - 2002
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    From Timely Exegesis to Contemporary Ecclesiology: Relevant Hermeneutics and Provocative Embodiment of Faith in a Corona-Defined World – Generosity During a Pandemic.Scot McKnight - 2021 - HTS Theological Studies 77 (4):1-7.
    In a world where economies have no moral conscience, biblical theologians can challenge local cultures with ancient wisdom about generosity and equity. Systemic solutions require changes in the habits of virtue, and this study focuses on the habit of generosity. Building on the work of Stephan Joubert’s Paul as Benefactor, this study concentrates on Paul’s collection in one notable instance: what he says about generosity in 2 Corinthians 8-9 and, in particular, what he means by isotēs in 2 Cor 8:13–15. (...)
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