The bible and the believer brings together three distinguished biblical scholars one jewish one catholic and one protestant to illustrate how to read the hebrew bible old testament critically and religiously marc zvi brettler peter enns and daniel j harrington tackle a dilemma that not only haunts biblical scholarship today but also . The bible and the believer how to read the bible critically and religiously the bible is the collection of ancient literature that my community has sanctified i am selective in using it since i believe that the bible has come down to us through human hands and p 57 that the revelation which it contains has been to use the term of . The authors contend that the bible can be read critically as well as religiously no dichotomy exists between an academic bible and a faith bible overall the authors wish to convey that a critical reading of the bible is not a threat to religious believers. How can one read the bible both critically and religiously to answer that question the bible and the believer enlists one jewish one catholic and one protestant biblical scholar who explain and illustrate how to read the hebrew bible tanakh old testament critically and religiously in light of their own religious traditions. The bible and the believer how to read the bible critically and religiously by marc zvi brettler peter enns and daniel j harrington sj new york oxford university 2012 pp ix 210 2795 the subtitle best suggests the focus of the book ie the challenges posed by modern historical
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