Voice of God in Historical Biblical Criticism
Rosemead School of Psychology
Scholars from biblical studies and theology have recently been engaged in various ways in the project of theological interpretation of Scripture. This literature has raised issues about the theological content of the biblical material, authorial intention, the reception and formation of the Bible as Christian Scripture, the importance of the canonical form of the text, and the relationship between Scripture and the Rule of Faith. With this recent interdisciplinary debate in mind, the fourth annual Los Angeles Theology Conference focuses on the theological and doctrinal dimensions to the biblical texts drawing on scholars of biblical studies and theology in order to do so. The question that frames it is, "How does the voice of God come to us in the text of Scripture?"
The voice of God in the text of scripture : explorations in constructive dogmatics
Dogma, Presence of God
Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
McMartin, Jason (2016). Voice of God in Historical Biblical Criticism. The voice of God in the text of scripture : explorations in constructive dogmatics. pp. 127-145. Grand Rapids: Zondervan.