Jacobs on Augustine on the Hermeneutic of Love

by Mar 17, 2009Books, Culture, Exegesis0 comments

To persons who claim that their understanding of Scripture comes from God alone and not from mere humans, Augustine replies that God didn’t teach them the letters of the alphabet.

—Alan Jacobs, A Theology of Reading: The Hermeneutics of Love

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