Truth and the articulation of a Reformed theological hermeneutic

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    This project will begin by looking at some of the leading issues in the discussion of truth and
    theological hermeneutics facing Christians as they seek to understand truth in our current
    context. The work of David W. Tracy and Kevin J. Vanhoozer will be examined as two
    explicitly Christian examples of explicitly Christian views on truth and theological
    hermeneutics. The view of truth found in John’s gospel will then be examined from a
    Biblical-Theological perspective. Using John’s view of truth as a critical perspective, the
    views of Tracy and Vanhoozer will then be evaluated from a Systematic-Theological
    perspective. The aim of this project is to seek to contribute toward the articulation of a
    Reformed view of truth.
    Effective start/end date1/01/18 → …


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