Feb 16, 2017

Intertextuality, Again

Earlier this year, I shared a link to a post by James Hamilton that was fairly critical of intertextuality (see here). Now Kyle Dunham at the Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary blog has two posts, here and here, that doesn't shy away from issues raised by Hamilton but does see some value in using intertextuality as a hermeneutical tool. Dunham will be posting a third installment on how John's use of Zechariah in his account of Jesus’ trial and crucifixion in John 19.

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