Holy Scripture: Canon, Authority, Criticism

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Index of Names and Subjects
Abraham1, 17, 54, 139
Abraham, W.J.22n.
Acts 61
Adam162n.
after-history 115, 162ff., 170
Albright, W.F.138f., 150
Alexandrian canon 55f.
allegory 35f., 69, 115f.
American Revolution, Constitution, Declaration of Independence 33, 124
Amos5, 77f., 85, 90, 92f., 102, 104n., 149
anachronism 3, 28, 50, 54, 100
analytic 76, 114
Anglicanism 32, 40, 46, 71, 113
Apocalyptic 68, 95
Apocrypha 24f., 42, 46, 56f., 117f.
apocryphal gospels 45
Aramaic 100
Arminian 33
Artaxerxes 55
Athanasius59
Augustine26, 43f.
Austria123f.
Barnabas69
Barth, K.26n., 140ff., 143, 146, 152, 154, 160n., 168
Barton, J.95n.
Ben Sira42, 57, 83, 127, 163
Berkhof, H.48n., 166n.
Birch, B.94n.
blasphemy 17
book, idea of 8
Briggs, C.A.108
Browne, Sir Thomas162n.
Bultmann, R.70n., 108, 135, 142f., 145
Calvin, J.81f., 151
Calvinism 31ff., 61, 71, 123, 125
Campenhausen, H, von14n., 16n., 45n., 68n
Canon, meaning of term 49f.; canons 1, 2, and 3 75-80, 82, 84;
canon within the canon, 39ff., 70-3, 149;
stepped canon 40, 49, 54f., 60, 67, 72
canonical criticism 38n., 65f., 75-9, 83f., 87, 90, 94, 96, 98f., 102ff., 111, 113-17, 120n., 122, 130-71
Catholic, Catholicism 2, 28ff., 36, 42, 46, 74, 99n., 107, 113f., 123
certainty 145f.
Childs, B.S.37n., 40n., 76, 78n., 79n., 83, 84n., 94, 102n., 104n., 118, 120n., 130-66
chiliasm 68
Chronicles 44, 55, 97
cleansing of Temple 37, 162
codex 57
Coggins, R.J.53n.
commitment 110f.
comparativism 123, 135, 138
confessions 33, 73, 109, 113
conscience 34
conservatism 17n., 29, 31, 76, 144f., 147-50
Constitution of United States124f.
creative prejudice 113
creeds 33, 72f.
critical theology 121f., 149
cross-references within Old Testament 9
Cullmann, O.134f., 170f.
cultural relativism 65
Daniel, Book of 8, 44, 55, 60ff., 98, 107
Davey, F.N.170
David5, 54, 68, 83, 96
decontextualization 81
deductive 22, 112
demythologization 144
Derrett, J.D.M.109n.
description 153f.
deterioration in tradition 93f.
Deutero-Isaiah 92, 94, 107, 118, 131f.
Deuteronomy, Deuteronomic movement 7, 47, 51, 67, 71, 102n., 109, 157
Diatessaron 45
dictionary 86, 141
Dilthey, W.112

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