AnonymousDeleted UserNovember 11, 2020 at 9:12 pm
(B) I was reading the Indian biblical hermeneutics, I found it rather intriguing. “When people from different traditions read the Bible together in community, that will allow the Bible to be read with the plurivalent Indian mind, which may disclose meanings that will be a corrective to the dualistic, patriarchal and aggressive theology which Western interpretations of the Bible have sometimes produced” This quote really struck me with the question, isn’t this the nature of the Spirit? Being able to embrace a text with different viewpoints and backgrounds allows for different perspectives to arise. I believe this is where the Holy Spirit begins to work, with communication and relationship. Personally, the conversations where I have gained the most insight and understanding, are the ones with people that have opposing views.