Intercultural Biblical Hermeneutics Series

The Intercultural Biblical Hermeneutics Series is offered to Bible scholars and interested practitioners with a twofold purpose: to present the fruits of ongoing research in the new field of empirical intercultural hermeneutics, and to foster further conversation and collaboration.

More information about the books in the series, including annotations, author-editor information and where to purchase copies, is included in the IMS Book Catalog.

Series Editors: Hans de Wit, Mary H. Schertz
Managing Editor: Barbara Nelson Gingerich

Books in the series

No. 5. The Widow and the Judge—Memory, Resistance, and Hope: Intercultural Reading of Luke 18:1–8 in Latin American Contexts of Impunity

Hans de Wit and Edgar Antonio Lopez


No 4. Intercultural Reading of John 10:1–21: The Shepherd-Sheep Metaphor as a Leadership-Followership Model

Eric Nii Bortey Anum and Ebenezer Quaye


No 3. From Adequate Biblical Interpretation to Transformative Intercultural Hermeneutics: Chronicling a Personal Journey

Louis C. Jonker


No 2. Toward a Communal Reading of 2 Samuel 13: Ideology and Power within the Intercultural Bible Reading Process

Charlene van der Walt


No 1. Empirical Hermeneutics, Interculturality, and Holy Scripture

Hans de Wit


Related books on intercultural Bible reading

New Perspectives on Intercultural Reading of the Bible: Hermeneutical Explorations in Honor of Hans de Wit

Edited by Daniel S. Schipani, Martien Brinkman, and Hans Snoek


In Love with the Bible and Its Ordinary Readers: Hans de Wit and the Intercultural Bible Reading Project
Edited by Hans Snoek


Through the Eyes of Another: Intercultural Reading of the Bible
Edited by Hans de Wit, Louis Jonker, Marleen Kool, and Daniel Schipani