Abstract

This article examines the way we think about the meaning of scriptural words and their connection to larger questions about theological knowledge. In order to do this, the article focuses not only on the way words mean but also on the lived character of ancient philosophy, the "pressure" the scriptural texts exert on our accounts of theological knowledge, and the importance of ordering modes of thought for knowledge about the world.

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