Benedict XVI has taught the clergy of Rome how to read the Sacred Scriptures. And also the seminarians. But his lesson is for all. And he has put it into practice in his book on Jesusby Sandro Magister
ROME, March 17, 2011 – In the second volume of "Jesus of Nazareth," just as in the first, Benedict XVI proposes an interpretation of the Gospels that is not only historical-critical, nor only spiritual, but simultaneously historical and theological: the only interpretation that, in his judgment, is capable of leading to an encounter with the "real" Jesus."It is a matter of finally recovering," he writes in the preface to the book, "the methodological principles for exegesis formulated by Vatican Council II in 'Dei Verbum' 12. A task that, unfortunately, has hardly been faced at all."
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