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Marvin A. Sweeney
Jewish Biblical Theology and Christian Old Testament Theology
From its inception in the 1787 inaugural lecture of Johann P. Gabler, biblical theology has largely been a field of Protestant exegetical and theological discourse.1 In keeping with the Protestant concern for scripture as the basis for Christian doctrine, biblical theology has focused especially on the interrelationships between the historical and the theological, viz., how to articulate the interrelationship between two historically distinct bodies of scripture in the Old and New Testaments and how to develop the exegetical foundations from scripture for Protestant systematic theology. Only since the end of World War II has the field begun to see substantial influence from non-Protestant thinkers, such as Roman Catholic and Jewish scholars, and ...
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