In the past two decades, narrative criticism (narratology) and social-scientific
criticism have come to the fore as the two most prominent new methodologies to be
associated with gospel research. When these two methodologies are integrated in
the reading of biblical texts, this is now referred to as "socio-rhetorical interpretation".
This article departs from a specific understanding of what is meant by
a narratological reading of a text on the one hand and, on the other hand, by a
social-scientific interpretation of biblical texts, in order to propose a working
definition of a socio-rhetorical analysis of texts.
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