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A double vision hermeneutic : interpreting a Chinese pastor's intersubjective experience of sh�i engaging Y�izhu�an and Pauline texts / Samuel Hio-Kee Ooi.

By: Ooi, Samuel Hio-Kee [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge : James Clarke, 2014Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text | still image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780227902929; 0227902920.Subject(s): Ooi, Samuel Hio-Kee | Bible. Epistles of Paul -- Hermeneutics | Intersubjectivity | Language and languages -- Religious aspects | Philosophy, Chinese | RELIGION -- Christian Church -- History | RELIGION -- Christianity -- History | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Paul's LettersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 270.092 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Surveying Chinese indigenous theological approaches -- Constructing a double vision hermeneutic -- Text A1 : Sh�i as a cultural-linguistic and traditionary text -- Interpreting text A1 : Sh�i with text A2 : Y�izhu�an -- Text B1 : principalities and powers : a survey on contemporary discourse -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text I : Galatians -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text II : Corinthians -- The double vision hermeneutics of a Chinese pastor's intersubjective experience of Sh�i engaging Y�izhu�an and Pauline texts.
Summary: The aim of this thesis is to unfold the multilayered intersubjective experience of the author himself, a Chinese pastor. The author postulates himself as the subject in whom the said experience was evident, so that it can be analyzed and interpreted. The author argues for a cultural-linguistic experience of sh�i as the locus at which the intersubjective experience takes place. He then shows that such experience embodies a Chinese Christian's 'two texts' inheritance, and argues that it is through unfolding or revealing of such experience that the nature of his relationship with them can be demon.
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Surveying Chinese indigenous theological approaches -- Constructing a double vision hermeneutic -- Text A1 : Sh�i as a cultural-linguistic and traditionary text -- Interpreting text A1 : Sh�i with text A2 : Y�izhu�an -- Text B1 : principalities and powers : a survey on contemporary discourse -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text I : Galatians -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text II : Corinthians -- The double vision hermeneutics of a Chinese pastor's intersubjective experience of Sh�i engaging Y�izhu�an and Pauline texts.

The aim of this thesis is to unfold the multilayered intersubjective experience of the author himself, a Chinese pastor. The author postulates himself as the subject in whom the said experience was evident, so that it can be analyzed and interpreted. The author argues for a cultural-linguistic experience of sh�i as the locus at which the intersubjective experience takes place. He then shows that such experience embodies a Chinese Christian's 'two texts' inheritance, and argues that it is through unfolding or revealing of such experience that the nature of his relationship with them can be demon.

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