Whose Text Is It Anyway? The Bible and the Postmodern Critique

The past few posts in this series on the history of Bible interpretation have narrowed in on various Christian responses to modernity. Arising out of the Renaissance, modernity’s bold presuppositions, Big Ideas, and critical questions dismantled traditional European society. And, by the mid-nineteenth century, modernity had transformed the whole world in its own image. All … Continue reading Whose Text Is It Anyway? The Bible and the Postmodern Critique