(Mis)Reading the Face of God: The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church

  title={(Mis)Reading the Face of God: The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church},
  author={Lewis Ayres and Stephen E. Fowl},
  journal={Theological Studies},
  pages={513 - 528}
[In a recent document the Pontifical Biblical Commission reasoned that, based on Scripture's two natures—divine and human—the his­ torical-critical method of interpretatio n is indispensable. This argu­ ment is confused. Asserting that Scripture, like the person of Jesus Christ, has two natures does not necessarily require a priority of any one kind of reading. The authors argue that several theologians in Christian history have drawn more appropriate analogies between Christ's nature and… 

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