I (still) believe : leading Bible scholars share their stories of faith and scholarship / John Byron and Joel N. Lohr, editors.
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- 1 of 1 copy available at John P. Webster Library - West Hartford. (Show)
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|John P. Webster Library - West Hartford||BS 501 .A1 I23 2015 (Text to phone)||30401147764421||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780310515166
- ISBN: 0310515165
- Physical Description: 249 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, 
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Introduction : Testimony still matters / John Byron and Joel N. Lohr -- A life with the Bible / Richard Bauckham -- Believing through the prism of Irenic pietism / Walter Brueggemann -- A sudden scholar / Ellen F. Davis -- In quest of truth / James D.G. Dunn -- Scholar on fire / Gordon D. Fee -- A word of gratitude / Beverly Roberts Gaventa -- How I have drifted through life / John Goldingay -- Faith, historical criticism, and the grace of God / Donald A. Hagner -- On trust / Morna D. Hooker -- Believing more / Edith M. Humphrey -- Responding to and searching for truth / Andrew T. Lincoln -- A man of two places / Scot McKnight -- Four cords and an anchor / J. Ramsey Michaels -- "Fides quarens intellectum" : reflections on my life as a biblical scholar / Patrick D. Miller -- Learning to be a theologian / R.W.L. (Walter) Moberly -- Again and again God's Spirit surprises / Katharine Doob Sakenfeld -- Wrestling with words, limping to light / Phyllis Trible -- Why I have kept the faith / Bruce K. Waltke.
I (Still) Believe explores the all-important question of whether serious academic study of the Bible is threatening to one's faith. Far from it -- faith enhances study of the Bible and, reciprocally, such study enriches a person's faith. With this in mind, this book asks prominent Bible teachers and scholars to tell their story reflecting on their own experiences at the intersection of faith and serious academic study of the Bible. While the essays of this book will provide some apology for academic study of the Bible as an important discipline, the essays engage with this question in ways that are uncontrived. They present real stories, with all the complexities and struggles they may hold. To this end, the contributors do two things: (a) reflect on their lives as someone who teaches and researches the Bible, providing something of a story outlining their journey of life and faith, and their self-understanding as a biblical theologian; and (b) provide focused reflections on how faith has made a difference, how it has changed, and what challenges have arisen, remained, and are unresolved, all with a view toward the future and engaging the book's main question.
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