- Paul's phrase "in accordance with the scriptures"
- Ancient typology in Genesis 22?
- The canonical shaping of the Pentateuch, i.e. Genesis, Exodus, Leveticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, with the hermeneutical implications thereof.
- "Immanuel" in a canonical perspective
- God, Moses, and Scripture
- Luke 24:13-35 and the dogmatic/exegesis relation
- Israel and the divided church
- "Believing" and "unbelieving" exegesis: an example
- What was the Deuteronomist doing with the law?
- "Canon" and the "essence" of Old Testament Prophecy
- How to read Paul
- Childs on Jesus and Isaiah 53
- Canonical shaping of the prophets
- Source criticism and the final form
Sunday, 20 July 2008
Thread Summary: Examples of "canonical exegesis"
To date, my discussion of the canonical approach on this blog has been largely theoretical and abstract (see this thread, for example). As such, I've decided to collect all my examples of concrete exegesis into one place: