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The Climactic Word - Transfigured Hermeneutics 6

Article by   March 2016
This is the sixth of a ten part treatment of the significance of the Transfiguration for Christian theology and biblical reflection. I am currently exploring the way in which the Transfiguration draws upon associations with the events of the Exodus... continue

The High Priest and the New Temple: Transfigured Hermeneutics 5

Article by   February 2016
This is the fifth of a multipart discussion of the importance of the event of the Transfiguration for Christian theology and biblical reflection. I have argued for illuminating parallels between the events of Sinai and that of the Transfiguration. My... continue

Transfigured Hermeneutics 4 - Jesus as God's Glory Face in John's Gospel

Article by   February 2016
This is the fourth part of a multipart discussion of the importance of the event of the Transfiguration for Christian theology and biblical reflection. In my first three posts, I argued for the significance accorded to the Transfiguration by its... continue

Transfigured Hermeneutics 3: Transfiguration as Theophany

Article by   January 2016
This is the third part of a multipart series of posts on the subject of the Transfiguration and its significance for Christian theology and biblical reflection. Within the first couple of posts I explored the literary presentation of the event... continue

Transfigured Hermeneutics - Transfiguration and Exodus

Article by   December 2015
In my previous post, I introduced my exploration of the significance of the event of the Transfiguration. I began by observing the prominence of the event within the narrative structure of the gospels and its various parallels with the event... continue

Transfigured Hermeneutics - Introduction

Article by   December 2015
The Transfiguration holds great significance within the narratives of the Synoptic gospels and considerable promise for Christian theological reflection more generally. Yet it receives relatively little attention in many quarters, its importance lying underappreciated and unexplored. This neglect may arise... continue
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