Holy Spirit, History, Hermeneutics and Theology: Toward an evangelical/Catholic Consensus
Dorman, Ted M., Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
TED M. DORMAN*
This essay seeks to explore what role the Holy Spirit plays in the work of hermeneutics and theology and how understanding the work of the Spirit may produce more fruitful results in the ongoing dialogue between evangelicals and Roman Catholics.1 I shall begin by arguing that the Holy Spirit, while not providing a hot line to heaven that conveys additional data to the interpreter of Scripture, nevertheless has an indispensable role in the Church's endeavor to understand who God is and what he requires of us. I shall then briefly explore the relationship between exegesis, Biblical theology, historical theology and dogmatics and how I believe the Spirit relates to …
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Publication information: Article title: Holy Spirit, History, Hermeneutics and Theology: Toward an evangelical/Catholic Consensus. Contributors: Dorman, Ted M. - Author. Journal title: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. Volume: 41. Issue: 3 Publication date: September 1998. Page number: 427+. © Evangelical Theological Society Dec 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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