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Slavery, Sabbath, War, and Women: Case Issues in Biblical Interpretation (Conrad Grebel Lectures) Paperback – March 1, 1983
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Anyone concerned with the interpretation of scripture in relation to contested issues, moral and theological, should read this book. It is excellent.
It's really too bad because the book itself was good and had many salient things to say about these subjects. When you read lines like "A fire BUMS within our bones", it really sets your teeth on edge. Anyone else's copy as messed up as mine?
Don't waste your money on the Kindle edition! Get it in paperback.
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This was probably more helpful in the era it was written in. However, it was still helpful on the section concerning slavery.Published 10 months ago by Allison
The premise of this book is interesting. By looking at these four case studies perhaps one can synthesize interpretive guidelines to assist in our understanding and application of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by odontoman
I was really happy to be able to purchase this book for my daughter's University class. It was a much lower price than the University bookstore plus it arrived at her University... Read morePublished on March 13, 2014 by Randy
The book is written by a Mennonite. The case studies are on good topics and highly debated topics, not only within Evangelical Church, but society as a whole. Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by Amazon Customer