Argentinian Biblical Studies

More from Bible and Interpretation: Juan Manuel Tebes, ‘The Biblical and ANE Studies at the Periphery’, with an overview of biblical and ANE studies in Argentina in particular. One particularly noteworthy issue for those working on the history of scholarship is the use of political, religious and economic trends to understand why scholars do the things they do in specific contexts. Is this not precisely what history of scholarship and interpretation should be all about?


One response to “Argentinian Biblical Studies

  1. It’s great to get more and links to resources regarding early christianity and just religious history in general out and about. The link you gave above has a fantastic page of link on their site. Thanks for pointing it out.


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