Hermeneutics in a Nutshell

When reading a text, the hermeneutical circle refers to how the whole takes makes sense in the light of its individual parts, while each part makes sense in the light of the whole.

When reading a text, the hermeneutical circle refers to how the whole takes makes sense in the light of its individual parts, while each part makes sense in the light of the whole.

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2 responses to “Hermeneutics in a Nutshell

  1. Hilarious! I love the diagram, I was reading it carefully, and got to the “My interpretation is correct” and had to giggle. I have to share this! 🙂

  2. Love this! Will share on a theology site on FB …

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