What is it about?

Intertextuality is a theory that asserts that language and texts are connected through a web of interconnections, connected through the past, present, spoken, and written. Hermeneutic Phenomenology is a discipline that explains the phenomenon of interpretation and the human experience. In this article I combine these theories in order to bring clarity to New Testament interpretation. Ultimately, it offers interpreters guidelines for using intertextuality and explains how intertextuality is used in interpretation.

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Why is it important?

This article is important because it clarifies areas of intertextuality that have been misrepresented in Biblical Studies, and it offers interpreters guidelines for future research.

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This page is a summary of: Intertextuality and Hermeneutic Phenomenology: Finding Hermeneutical Clarity in the Diversity of New Testament Scholarship, Horizons in Biblical Theology, July 2022, Brill, DOI: 10.1163/18712207-12341454.
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