In Memory of Her. A Feminist Theological Reconstruction of Christian Origins. Author's Response

  title={In Memory of Her. A Feminist Theological Reconstruction of Christian Origins. Author's Response},
  author={Elisabeth Sch{\"u}ssler Fiorenza},
  pages={154 - 157}
"The first model, which I will call the doctrinal approach, understands the Bible in terms of divine revelation and canonical authority. However, it conceives of biblical revelation and canonical authority in a-historical, dogmatic terms. In its most consistent forms it insists on the verbal inspiration and literal-historical inerrancy of the Bible. The biblical text is not simply a historical expression of revelation but revelation itself. The biblical text is not simply a historical… 
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