JSR The Journal of Scriptural Reasoning

Vol. 2, No. 3— (September 2002): A Harmony of Opposing Voices: Testing the Limits of Scriptural Reasoning

A Harmony of Opposing Voices: Testing the Limits of Scriptural Reasoning

General Editors
William Elkins, Drew University
Kurt Anders Richardson, McMaster University

Guest Editors
Kris Lindbeck, Trinity University

Managing Editor
Willie Young, Loyola College in Maryland

Founding Editor
Peter Ochs, University of Virginia

Introductions

Editor's Preface
Willie Young, Loyola College in Maryland

Editor's Introduction
A Harmony of Opposing Voices: Testing the Limits of Scriptural Reasoning
Kris Lindbeck, Trinity University

Articles

From My Flesh I Would Behold God: Imaginal Representation and Inscripting Divine Justice, Preliminary Observations
Elliot R. Wolfson, New York University

Abraham's Visitors: Prolegomena to a Christian Theological Exegesis of Genesis 18-19 
Francis Watson, University of Aberdeen

Responses

Abraham's Visitors 
Daniel W. Hardy, University of Cambridge

On the Particular and the Universal
Steven Kepnes, Colgate University

Isaac in the Eucharist
Eugene F. Rogers, Jr., University of Virginia.

Re-Figuring Hospitality: Interpreting Incarnation in Genesis 18-19
Willie Young, Loyola College in Maryland

Opening the Texts . . . 
Jon K. Cooley, St. John's College, Cambridge

Three Visitors and Scriptural Hermeneutics 
Peter Ochs, University of Virginia

It Takes Two (or More): Genesis 18-19 and Communal Theophany
Brantley Craig, University of Virginia

Just us - or Justice: a comment on Wolfson's reading of Genesis 18 
Dov Nelkin, University of Virginia

Dialoging With the Divine on Divine Justice in the Qur'an: Recovering What Has Been Forgotten and Remembering What Is To Be Recovered 
Basit B. Koshul, University of Virginia

An Essay on Exegesis, Genesis 18 
William Elkins, Drew University

A Commentary on Commentary
Kris Lindbeck, Trinity University

Commentary After the Meeting

Reading Genesis 18-19 in this Society, a Post-Meeting Commentary
Chad Pecknold, University of Cambridge

. . .and Reading the People There
Jon K. Cooley, St. John's College, Cambridge

Meeting Notes: Exploring Difference and Particularity 
Kris Lindbeck, Trinity University