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9/21/2015 9:09 am  #11

Re: Historicity and Youtube Atheists

I did mean literary criticism.

This, more precisely.

Last edited by Dennis (9/21/2015 9:16 am)


9/21/2015 9:42 am  #12

Re: Historicity and Youtube Atheists

Ah, no. those are both something altogether more respectable, though down that path lies another contentious (though often at least non-naturalist) debate. I'm not sure how it's to help us.

To a certain extent it might aid as a science of interpreting which texts *are* indeed in some strongly literary genre, but these approaches often presuppose a non-theism of some sort. The texts is a melange of cobbled together source materials whose use for affirming or denying points of theology is often left as a mystery or set to the side as impossible.

Last edited by iwpoe (9/21/2015 9:42 am)

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