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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54639
Doc. No:TL24593
Call number:‭3348369‬
Main Entry:King Long She
Title & Author:The use of Exodus in the book of HebrewsKing Long She
College:Dallas Theological Seminary
Date:2008
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2008
Page No:334
Abstract:The thesis of this dissertation is that the use of Exodus allusions as well as quotations by Auctor reflects the significant explanatory, theological, and hermeneutical role that Exodus played in the development of Auctor's thought. The text-oriented study demonstrates that (1) Exodus 31:18-34:35 is the controlling text to reveal Auctor's understanding of apostasy in relation to the Person of Christ as Yahweh, and (2) Exodus 3:14 and Exodus 25:40 function as significant ontological and hermeneutical markers in Hebrews. Auctor's use of Exodus in the theology of Hebrews is descriptive and prescriptive. Historically, previous studies in Hebrews reflect at best a descriptive analysis of Exodus in Hebrews and have not yet moved toward a prescriptive one via pedagogy-oriented analysis of reason. Various theological (pedagogical) reasons are able to interpret reality (ontology) in order to propose various descriptions of biblical theologies in Scriptures. This lack of prescriptive study results in a crisis of faith because reason itself is unable to identify (prescribe) the theology of Hebrews. The pedagogy-oriented study indicates that Auctor's pedagogical use of Exod 3:14 reflects his biblical ontology and pedagogy (didactics) whereas his Christocentric-typological use of Exod 25:40 reveals his metanarrative (a benchmark of the doctrinal system). The methodology-oriented analysis indicates that Auctor's hermeneutic for constructing Christology is autopistic (instead of axiopistic). In the past, when Auctor's Christocentric-typological use of Exod 25:40 was not recognized, scholars' valuations of Auctor's hermeneutics for formulating Christology can be classified as either deductive or inductive. Consequently, Arthur Williams has demonstrated that Auctor's Christology should be understood and constructed within only the boundary of functional or economic (instead of ontological or immanent) model via inductive hermeneutics (i.e., without an explicit use of any speculative divine ontology in reaching the meaning of texts). However, by updating Williams' dissertation in light of Fernando Canale's dissertation, this study demonstrates that Auctor's Christocentric-typological use of Exod 25:40 can enable him to construct Christology autopistically, functionally, and ontologically via deductive hermeneutics (i.e., inductive hermeneutics plus the authorial reading of Christ as Yahweh as well as the revealed divine ontology of the heavenly sanctuary in Exodus).
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Allusion; Exodus (book of); Hebrews (letter to the); Hermeneutics; Ontology; Biblical studies; Philosophy; Theology; 0321:Biblical studies; 0422:Philosophy; 0469:Theology
Added Entry:J. E. Allman
Added Entry:Dallas Theological Seminary