Living Word or Dead(ly) Letter: The Encounter between the New Testament and Contemporary ExperienceJesuit School of Theology
Document TypeConference Proceeding
PublisherCatholic Theological Society of America
AbstractIn one sense the question about the relationship between Scripture and Christian experience is an ancient one, usually formulated as the question about the relationship between Scripture and tradition. The modern discussion of this relationship began in the sixteenth century when, for diametrically opposed reasons, both Protestants and Catholics escalated the distinction between Scripture and tradition into a virtual separation.
Citation InformationSchneiders, Sandra Marie “Living Word or Dead(ly) Letter: The Encounter between the New Testament and Contemporary Experience.” In The Catholic Theological Society of America: Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Convention Held in Pittsburgh 11-14 June 1992, Volume 47, edited by Paul Crowley, 45-60. Santa Clara, CA: Santa Clara University, 1992.