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Hermeneutics is Fun! an Introduction to Hermeneutics of Science and Hermeneutics of Early Christianity History

Authors: Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache

This book was inspired by a lecture on hermeneutics that one of us (VC) gave around February 2019, in Jakarta. Although initially we plan to publish this compilation of articles with a dense title such as: Being in-and-before Time, after experiencing myself how a hermeneutics class can be so interesting and fun, we decided to give title to this book: Hermeneutics is fun! Of course, the topics we discuss here are quite interesting for hermeneutics students: from hermeneutics of science to hermeneutics of Early Christianity History. Along the way, we will also touch some novel aspects of consciousness, DNA and also dialogue between science and theology. Hopefully you will find this book interesting. And one of us (VC) would like to dedicate this book to participants of Hermeneutics class: bu Yayang, bu Titi, bu Susan, bu Erna, Deby, Eber, Mitha, Michael, Ricky, Tononi, Alwin, and Roigen. God love you all. Enjoy reading…

Comments: 157 Pages. This book is not yet published. your comments are welcome

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[v1] 2019-03-10 08:47:00
[v2] 2019-04-05 17:39:34

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