By Jacqueline Grey
"Three's a Crowd embodies a call for participation to have interaction non secular, evangelical, lay, and non-traditional modes of biblical interpretation. it's a beneficial reminder that hermeneutics isn't crowded and that the Hebrew Bible isn't really closed off from usual interpreters, evangelical or otherwise."
United Theological collage and college of Theology
Charles Sturt University
"Jacqueline Grey's Three's a Crowd presents new perception into the dynamic realties of Hermeneutics, previous testomony and the Pentecostal examining groups. the truth that gray is a feminine Pentecostal student focusing on the outdated testomony and dealing outdoor a North American context considerably strengthens the $64000 contribution of her meticulously researched and delightfully articulated paintings. Her monograph offers a clean voice within the Pentecostal hermeneutical discussion; this can be a needs to learn. I hugely suggest it."
-Kenneth J. Archer
Pentecostal Theological Seminary
"Jacqui gray has supplied for us right here a massive and insightful research of Pentecostal engagement with mainstream biblical scholarship, supplying as she does an astute, shiny research of the character of standard Pentecostal biblical interpretation, which contributes to a clean, built-in functional version for severe interpreting of the Bible during this constructing culture. it is a major contribution to our wisdom of daily and scholarly Pentecostal/Charismatic hermeneutics."
University of Birmingham
Jacqueline gray is educational Dean of Alphacrucis collage in Sydney, Australia. She is the writer of Them, Us & Me: How the outdated testomony Speaks to buyers (2008) and coeditor of elevating ladies Leaders: views on releasing ladies in Pentecostal Charismatic Contexts (2009).
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Three's a Crowd: Pentecostalism, Hermeneutics, and the Old Testament by Jacqueline Grey