—Dr. Walter Taylor, at a meeting of Canadian and U. S. Lutheran bishops today
Bishop of the Texas Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod, of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
January 8, 2011 at 8:49 am
Not necessarily what Dr. Craig Nessan of Wartburg said in his lecture: “Interpreting the Bible Lutheranly: Between the Undertow and a Tsunami”.
Click to access Hein_Fry_2009_Nessan.pdf
January 8, 2011 at 10:07 am
Agreed. Excellent article Kevin.
I suspect Nessan and Taylor would have an interesting conversation.
I tend to think of Luther as between the under-determination of
postmodern interpretation and the over-determination of modern
Perhaps Wally was saying what Nessan reflected:
“Luther… understood that the Bible developed in a process subject to
the vagaries of human authorship and redaction.”
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