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CHRISTIAN ETHICS

One of the more rewarding features of the current academic
scene is the growth of interdisciplinary studies. As the above
quotation shows, the Reformation viewed interpretation, theology,
self-understanding and ethics as part of an organic whole,
an integrated movement in the divine-human symphony. It is
only in recent times that 'biblical interpretation' has reemerged
as an attempt to co-ordinate and interrelate a variety
of disciplines accustomed to operate with a jealous regard for
their independence: textual study, exegesis, theology, history,
hermeneutics, ethics... Whereas the legacy of the Enlightenment
was fragmentation into separate disciplines, detailed
attention is now being given to the process of reading texts,
which involves many disciplines. Diplomatic relations have
been re-established also with the world of literature. Results are
already impressive. cIn the waning years of the twentieth
century, and at the heights (or depths) of secularisation, the
Bible is being reaffirmed and re-examined as one of Western
literature's greatest texts.'2

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