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Product Description: Many readers of the Bible believe that interpreting the Scriptures well simply involves a two-way dialogue between themselves and the text. Implied in this view is the idea that we can simply jump over two thousand years of biblical interpretation...read more

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9780718894122 | 2 edition (Lutterworth Pr, August 6, 2015), cover price $35.00 | About this edition: Many readers of the Bible believe that interpreting the Scriptures well simply involves a two-way dialogue between themselves and the text.

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Product Description: Many readers of the Bible believe that interpreting the Scriptures well simply involves a two-way dialogue between themselves and the text. Implied in this view is the idea that we can simply jump over two thousand years of biblical interpretation...read more

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9780471289753, titled "A History of Graphic Design" | John Wiley & Sons Inc, March 1, 1992, cover price $59.95 | also contains A History of Graphic Design | About this edition: Here is the first definitive history of graphic communication.

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9781625647283 | 2 edition (Cascade Books, March 4, 2015), cover price $26.00 | About this edition: Many readers of the Bible believe that interpreting the Scriptures well simply involves a two-way dialogue between themselves and the text.

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Product Description: Traditional methods employed in biblical interpretation involve a two-way dialogue between the text and the reader. Reception theory expands this into a three-way dialogue, with the third partner being the history of the text's interpretation and application...read more

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9781556356537 | Pickwick Pubns, January 1, 2009, cover price $38.00 | About this edition: Traditional methods employed in biblical interpretation involve a two-way dialogue between the text and the reader.

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