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Bowley, J E & J C Reeves (n.d.). Rethinking the Concept Of “Bible”: Some Theses and Proposals [Later Published in Henoch 25 (2003), 3-18]. <http://web.archive.org/web/20050408031123/http://www.uncc.edu/jcreeves/bowley-reeves.pdf&gt;. (Accessed 2 June 2005).

Eckstein, H-J (2007). Das Evangelium Jesu Christi: Zur Impliziten Kanonhermeneutik Des Neuen Testamentes. http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/ev-theologie/downloads/Eckstein_Kanonhermeneutik.pdf

Gunn, D M (1997). What Does the Bible Say? A Question of Text and Canon. In: T K Beal & D M Gunn (eds). Reading Bibles, Writing Bodies: Identity and the Book.  (pp. 242-261). London: Routledge. http://shop.ebrary.com

Stenstrup, K G (2003). Scripture and Interpretive Method: Why Read Scripture as Canon? Biblical Theology Bulletin 33(4). http://www.findarticles.com/cf_dls/m0LAL/4_33/111734475/p1/article.jhtml

Vassiliadis, P (2002). Inspiration, Canon and Authority of Scripture: An Orthodox Hermeneutical Perspective. http://users.auth.gr/~pv/inspiration.htm

Keith, G  1998. Can Anything Good Come out of Allegory? The Cases of Origen and Augustine. Evangelical Quarterly 70(1), 23-49. http://www.earlychurch.org.uk/pdf/eq/allegory_keith.pdf

Tate, J  1927. The Beginnings of Greek Allegory. Classical Review 41, 214-215. http://www.earlychurch.org.uk/pdf/allegory_tate.pdf

Tate, J 1934. On the History of Allegorism. Classical Quarterly 28, 105-114. http://www.earlychurch.org.uk/pdf/allegory2_tate.pdf

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getting started

After a long hiatus, I have started to resurrect the biblical hermeneutics site, moving it to a wordpress format. At this stage, I have just uploaded the material that I last updated about three years ago. Checking for broken links will take a while, after which I will start adding new items.