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“Work as Worship in the Garden and the Workshop: Genesis 1-3, the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, and Liturgical Hermeneutics.”
Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture (2012)
  • Jeffrey Morrow, Seton Hall University
Abstract
Theology is in dire straits because of the fragmentation of the theological disciplines. The most tragic of all is arguably the chasm between theology and biblical studies. Throughout Christian history, theologians were nothing other than interpreters of Scripture. The challenge today of reuniting theology and the Bible, of making biblical studies more theological and theology more biblical, is an urgent one. David Fagerberg explains that “our task is to let the connection between liturgy, Scripture and theology be a path to a thickened understanding of each of them. That is what we have ceased doing because we no longer see these three in the light of the singular mystery of God.” 1 In this context, the Church’s liturgy emerges as an important site for studying Scripture, and for making such study theological. This present article is a modest attempt at contributing to the reunification of the Bible and theology by highlighting …
Keywords
  • Genesis 1-3,
  • Liturgical Hermeneutic,
  • Theological Exegesis
Publication Date
Fall 2012
Citation Information
Jeffrey Morrow. "“Work as Worship in the Garden and the Workshop: Genesis 1-3, the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, and Liturgical Hermeneutics.”" Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture Vol. 15 Iss. 4 (2012) p. 159 - 178 ISSN: 1091-6687
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeffrey-morrow/23/