Hermeneutics and Holiness
As an alternative to ‘analytic theology’, a ‘continental’ approach is presented in this chapter. The possibility that phenomenology, especially a phenomenology that has taken the hermeneutical turn, can be helpful to theology is explored. An affirmative answer is given both for the hermeneutics of finitude and for the hermeneutics of suspicion. These modes of reflection are especially helpful to theology when they put themselves in the service of theology's own telos, individual lives and communities of holiness.
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