• Christian Theology and the Bible is a section of the Society of Biblical Literature. Our task is to explore the intersection between the disciplines of Christian Theology and Biblical Studies. Does or can such an intersection exist? What then could be or would be theological exegesis? What is its relation to religious communities, the history of interpretation, historical theology, history of confession and doctrine, so-called Higher Criticism, etc.?
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Journals and Journal Articles

Journals:
Ex Auditu: An International Journal for the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. Eugene, Ore.: Wipf and Stock, 1991–.

Journal for Scriptural Reasoning. Society for Scriptural Reasoning, 2001–. Online: http://etext.virginia.edu/journals/ssr/.

Journal of Theological Interpretation. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2007–.

Articles:
Ayres, Lewis, and Stephen Fowl, “(Mis)Reading the Face of God: The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church,” Theological Studies 60:3 (Sept. 1999).

Childs, Brevard. “Toward Recovering Theological Exegesis,” Pro Ecclesia 6 (1997).

Green, Joel B. “Modernity, History and the Theological Interpretation of the Bible,” Scottish Journal of Theology 54:1 (2001).

Jonker, L. “Communities of Faith as Texts in the Process of Biblical Interpretation.” Skrif en Kerk 20, no. 1 (1999): 79-92.

Lim, J. T. K. “Theological Hermeneutics: A Reading Strategy,” Asia Journal of Theology 15:1 (2001).

Soulen, R. K. “The Believer and the Historian: Theological Interpretation and Historical Investigation,” Interpretation 57:2 (2003).

Wood, Charles M. “The Task of Theological Hermeneutics,” Perkins Journal 33 (1980).

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