Der Tod Jesu in Mk 8,27-10,52 im Gespräch mit Oscar Romero und Emmanuel Lévinas
Preface to the Series
The series New Testament Studies in Contextual Exegesis is dedicated to the publication of exegeti- cal works which aim at enhancing a textually adequate understanding of the New Testament by taking into consideration the life-contexts, horizons of interpretation, and questions of the non-Western world. African, Latin-American, Oceanic, and Asian exegetes can, from their own perspect ives, make signifi- cant contributions in the field of New Testament studies with respect to content and methodology. They might motivate their Western colleagues to critically reflect on their own history of interpretation and methodology, by enabling them to acknowledge the fact that any exegetical approach is con- textually coined. The contributions that appear in this series are works of critical exegesis. They are informed by metho- dological reflection. The authors consider the cultural embededness or contextuality of the New Testament writings as well as that of the exegetical perspective. Taking into account that non-Western voices are not represented adequately in the exegetical dis- course, the editors of the series intend to facilitate cross-cultural networking of exegetical research in a world-wide perspective, especially with respect to the transfer of scientific knowledge from the South to the North. The editors Prof. Dr. Johannes Beutler, Rome and Frankfurt PD Dr. Werner Kahl, Hamburg Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmeller, Frankfurt
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