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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
In the past few years theology has experienced a renewal in the area of hermeneutics. This renaissance includes more than a stimulating interest in the principles of interpretation, a periodic revival similar to those that have come and gone in other theological fields. Hermeneutics has broken the boundaries in which it has been confined since the age of orthodoxy and assumed totally new proportions, even to the extent of becoming the focal point of theology for some theologians. To trace some of the philosophical influences behind and in this movement is the proposed task of this paper.
Marquardt, James, "The Influence of Martin Heidegger on The "New Hermeneutic": Heinrich Ott's use of Heidegger" (1965). Bachelor of Divinity. 846.
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