February 15, 2012 in
Bible Thoughts, Quotes with
Christian theology is animated, in large part, by a temporal and textual displacement accomplished by the authority and voice of the biblical text.
Lewis Donelson, From Hebrews to Revelation
About J. R. Daniel Kirk:
Professor at Fuller Seminary, resident of San Francisco, consumer of dark chocolate, brewer of dark beer, reader of Flannery O'Connor, watcher of the Coen Brothers, listener of The Mountain Goats.
Apropos Hudy’s comment, I note that the Amazon.com blurb calls it “a clearly written introduction” but also asks, “What voices do we hear?” Does understanding the book require a certain sort of madness?
Of course, that should be “Judy” (iPad typing fail!)
LOL – my first thought after the ?? was of Robert Wuthnow’s sociological “boundary posturing”!
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J. R. Daniel Kirk
New Testament Professor
Fuller Theological Seminary
Based in Menlo Park
Living in San Francisco
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