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Reading and proclaiming the Birth Narratives from Luke and Matthew: A study in empirical theology amongst curates and their training incumbents employing the SIFT method

Drawing on Jungian psychological type theory, the SIFT method of biblical hermeneutics and liturgical preaching suggests that the reading and proclaiming of scripture reflects the psychological type preferences of the reader and preacher. This thesis is examined amongst two samples of curates and tr... Full description

Journal Title: HTS Theological Studies January 2013, Vol.69(1), pp.01-13
Main Author: Francis, Leslie J
Other Authors: Smith, Greg
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