Book chapter

Approches et méthodes en sciences bibliques : enjeux d'un renouveau

Published inApproches et méthodes en sciences bibliques : quoi de neuf?, Editors Luc Bulundwe et Chen Dandelot, en collaboration avec Simon Butticaz, p. 17-35
PublisherGenève : Droz
  • Cahiers de la Revue de Théologie et de Philosophie; 25
Publication date2021-11

In recent exegesis, the diversity of approaches and methods has become the norm. While often stimulating, it may also overwhelm. For how can we combine such disparate tools as discourse analysis and the comparative approach? And what about source criticism and intertextuality, two analytical tools historically separated by a certain discrepancy? This article reviews the main issues raised in the exegesis of the Bible by these questions of method, particularly their possible articulation. It also illustrates two heuristic combinations of methods imposed by both the research questions and the complexity of the objects studied. The first is drawn from prophetic literature, and the second from Deutero-Paulinian writings.

  • Méthodes
  • Sciences bibliques
  • Nouveau Testament
  • Ancien Testament
  • Bible hébraïque
Citation (ISO format)
BULUNDWE, Kampotela Luc, BUTTICAZ, Simon, DANDELOT, Chen Morgane. Approches et méthodes en sciences bibliques : enjeux d’un renouveau. In: Approches et méthodes en sciences bibliques : quoi de neuf? Genève : Droz, 2021. p. 17–35. (Cahiers de la Revue de Théologie et de Philosophie)
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