volume 7, issue 1, P23-42 1995
DOI: 10.1163/157006895x00199
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Jon L. Berquist

Abstract: AbstractCurrent trends in biblical scholarship investigate texts using a variety of strategies, including literary and sociological methods. Usually, these different methods never interact in ways that could lead to fuller understandings of their underlying assumptions. Isaiah 56-66 provides a test-case for the comparison of method, with a focus on the ways in which various newer methodologies can interpret the differences within the text. Whereas philosophical and literary methods (such as those of Derrida, F…

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