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" ... tradition, taking the term in its widest sense, in particular those elements that are concerned with canon and exegesis. That is to say, bracketing any presuppositions as to its character as revelation (and from this question, the historian of religion... "
Applying the Canon in Islam: The Authorization and Maintenance of ... - Page 1
by Brannon M. Wheeler - 1996 - 324 pages
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Brooks, Douglas Renfrew: Secret of the Three Cities

Douglas Renfrew Brooks - Religion - 1990 - 307 pages
...from this question, the historian of religion must abstain), the radical and arbitrary redirection represented by the notion of canon and the ingenuity...applying the canon to every dimension of human life is the most characteristic, persistent, and obsessive religious activity. It is, at the same time, the...
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Brooks, Douglas Renfrew: Secret of the Three Cities

Douglas Renfrew Brooks - Religion - 1990 - 307 pages
...religion must abstain), die radical and arbitrary redirection represented by die notion of canon and die ingenuity represented by the rule-governed exegetical...applying the canon to every dimension of human life is the most characteristic, persistent, and obsessive religious activity. It is, at die same time, die...
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Brooks, Douglas Renfrew: Secret of the Three Cities

Douglas Renfrew Brooks - Religion - 1990 - 307 pages
...from this question, the historian of religion must abstain), the radical and arbitrary redirection represented by the notion of canon and the ingenuity represented by the rule-governed exegctical enterprise of applying the canon to every dimension of human life is the most characteristic,...
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Studying Classical Judaism: A Primer

Religion - 1991 - 208 pages
...exegesis of a canon. That observation draws us back to Smith, who observes: The radical and arbitary reduction represented by the notion of canon and the...represented by the rule-governed exegetical enterprise to apply the canon to every dimension of human life is that most characteristic, persistent, and obsessive...
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The Idea of History in Rabbinic Judaism

Jacob Neusner - Religion - 2004 - 340 pages
...a brief chapter in the exegesis of a canon. That observation draws us back to Smith, who observes: The radical and arbitrary reduction represented by...represented by the rule-governed exegetical enterprise to apply the canon to every dimension of human life is that most characteristic, persistent, and obsessive...
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