Posted by: Bob Clark | January 21, 2006

A Singular and Passionate Conviction

“I begin with a singular and passionate conviction: that the proper aim of all true theology is doxology. Theology that does not begin and end in worship is not biblical at all, but is rather the product of western philosophy. In the same way, I want to insist that the ultimate aim of all true exegesis is spirituality, in some form or another. And I insist on this because of my conviction that only when exegesis is so understood has the exegetical task been done in a way that is faithful to the intent of the text itself.”

— Gordon D. Fee in Listening To The Spirit In The Text, p. 5
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