Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar

In by Peter Gurry

The Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar (SAHS) works to facilitate a renewal of biblical interpretation in the academy that will help reopen the Book for our cultures. It does so from an academic, ecumenical, interdisciplinary, communal, and Christian foundation. SAHS is part of the Kirby Laing Centre Scripture Collective (KLCSC).

Scripture and Church Seminar

In by Peter Gurry

The Scripture and Church Seminar (SACS) explores the interface between Scripture and the church, covering the terrain that is normally referred to as Practical Theology. SACS is part of the Kirby Laing Centre Scripture Collective (KLCSC).

Asian-American Biblical Interpretation: Evangelical Voices

In by Peter Gurry

Asian American Biblical Interpretation (AABI) has come of age in recent years. Publications continue apace with works as recent as the encyclopedic T&T Clark Handbook of Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics (2019). In addition, Asian American biblical scholars have now attained the highest and most visible positions in the academy including presidents and deans of seminaries, the presidency of the Association of …

Crosscurrents in Majority World and Minority Theology

In by Peter Gurry

As Christianity continues to expand in the global South and East, demand has grown for thoughtful biblical hermeneutics and theological analysis that addresses the concerns of the Majority World as well as minority Christians. This study group aims to harness this promising moment by addressing themes central to Majority World and minority biblical studies and theology that often find no …

The Relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament

In by Peter Gurry

This study group explores various themes related to the nature of the relationship between the Old Testament and New Testament and their function as Christian Scripture independently and inter-textually. A scholarly approach is applied to both traditional and trendy views. This research group focuses on a variety of related issues such as, but not limited to: (1) the way in …

History of Biblical Interpretation

In by Edwin Smith

The History of Biblical Interpretation group focuses on recovering and examining the work of past male and female biblical interpreters with the aim of better understanding the methodologies, themes, and historical trajectories in the interpretation of biblical texts.