The Bible, Theology, and Faith: A Study of Abraham and Jesus

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Index of subjects
Abraham 71–184 passim,226–7, 236–7
Bhagavad Gita 15
Bible
as canon 12–16, 22–4, 31–2, 42, 64, 80–1, 114, 126, 129, 179, 184
as Christian scripture 2, 6–7, 9, 12–18, 21–2, 31–2, 65, 69–70, 72, 129, 134–7, 140–54, 226
and Church 3–7, 11–14, 23, 42–3, 66
as classic 16, 32, 74
and contemporary world 26–8, 30–1, 36–7, 76–8, 129–30, 168, 184, 225
and history 24–5
Jewish scholarship 2, 14
as Jewish scripture 2, 6–7, 14, 16, 31–2, 126, 129, 135–7, 157–8
interpretation 1–44 passim,45–7, 225–37 passim
meaning of term 14, 21, 31
modern scholarship 1–2, 5, 8–32, 64, 80
and oppression 27–8, 32–3, 35, 64, 75–6
and other literature 13–17
pre-modern interpretation 19, 31
post-modern scholarship 26–37
and suspicion 28, 162–83, 230–2
and theology 2, 4, 9–11, 18–20, 22–4, 37–8, 102–4, 232–7
and truth 15, 21–5, 34–5, 38
Biblical Theology 72
blessing 78–9, 118–26, 140, 149, 227
Catholicism 5, 12
child abuse 129, 169
child sacrifice 127–9, 144, 181
Church Fathers 4–5, 42, 198, 224, 233, 237
covenant 68, 94, 156–7
discernment 46–8, 55, 61–3, 69–70, 159, 208, 242
Documentary Hypothesis 80–2, 100, 110, 135
election 42, 68, 74, 119, 124–5
Elohist 80–2, 90, 95, 109–10, 113
Enlightenment 19, 38, 152, 159
eucharist 62–6, 70
faith 5, 79, 133, 138–9, 191–2, 226–8, 242
and evidence 46, 68
and reason 1, 3, 39–40, 158–9
fear of God 39, 78–97, 108–9, 133, 138, 140–2, 148, 153, 173, 175–80, 182–3, 226–7, 241–2
feminist hermeneutics 163–70
God
hiddenness 142, 146
and humanity 6–8, 38–43, 105–7, 116, 190–1, 224, 226, 232–8
omniscience 102–4
speaking about 3, 7–8, 23–6, 38–41, 47, 169, 182, 237–8
'suffering of' 236–7
God for saken ness 58–9, 74, 142, 144, 147–8, 153–4
Gnosticism 67–8
herem (holy war) 128
history of religions 5, 22, 37
Holocaust 59, 147–8, 154
holy 88–9
Holy Spirit 197, 232
ideology 13, 15, 27–8, 65, 169, 178
idolatry 36–7, 41, 43, 162, 164–8, 205

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