Classically, spiritual interpretation arises precisely when the reader encounters something awkward in the literal sense–paradigmatically, something that is not edifying

Classically, spiritual interpretation arises precisely when the reader encounters something awkward in the literal sense–paradigmatically, something that is not edifying One way of attempting to pinpoint that latter distinction is to say that ‘spiritual’ interpretation is precisely that kind of interpretation which has to find the Bible useful, or tie it into the framework of… Continue reading Classically, spiritual interpretation arises precisely when the reader encounters something awkward in the literal sense–paradigmatically, something that is not edifying