Patience as Hermeneutical Practice: Christ, Church, and Scripture in John Howard Yoder and Hans Frei
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Publication InfoHershberger, Nathan (2015). Patience as Hermeneutical Practice: Christ, Church, and Scripture in John Howard Yoder and Hans Frei. Modern Theology, 31(4). pp. 547-572. 10.1111/moth.12170. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19233.
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Nathan Hershberger is a third year PhD student in Christian Theological Studies. His work focuses on the relationship between scripture and ethics in the Christian tradition, particularly around issues of suffering and religious violence. He also has interests in Jewish and Islamic studies. Prior to coming to Duke he volunteered for three years in northern Iraq with a relief and development organization. He has an MA from the University of Virginia and a BA from Eastern Mennonite University.<