In what is one the most imaginative and innovative structures for a book on the transition from text to interpretation, Translating the New Testament: Text, Translation, Theology is a fascinating account of the methodological journey of one biblical text, Luke 16.19-31, through the interpretive process. Divided into three sections (Text, Translation, Theology) the book provides, for each section, a chapter on discipline specific methodological principles, and then follows it by applying those same principals to Luke 16.19-31. Each scholar argues for their own position where necessary, and articulates their thought in such a way as to interpret the text. The result is an exegetical treatment of the text by some of the brightest NT scholars in the world.
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