Bibliography for Intercultural Bible Reading

This bibliography is a work in progress.

  • Website: http://www.bible4all.org
  • Website: Centre for the Study of Bible and Contexts (PthU/VU)
  • Anum, Eric Nii Bortey & Quaye, Ebenezer. (2016). Intercultural Reading of John 10:1–21: The Shepherd-Sheep Metaphor as a Leadership-Followership Model. (IBHS Monograph No. 4). Elkhart (USA): Institute of Mennonite Studies.
  • Boersma, B., Feenstra, E. & Van Saane, W. (2012). See You in the Bible – Intercultureel bijbellezen in de praktijk. Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum.
  • Brinkman, M. E., Schipani, D. S., & Snoek, J. (Eds.) (2015). New Perspectives on Intercultural Reading of the Bible: Hermeneutical Explorations in Honor of Hans de Wit. Elkhart: Institute of Mennonite Studies.
  • Jonker, L.C. (2015). From Adequate Biblical Interpretation to Transformative Intercultural Hermeneutics: Chronicling a Personal Journey. (IBHS Monograph No. 3). Elkhart (USA): Institute of Mennonite Studies.
  • Haasnoot, J.A. (2014).  Bijbellezen in Zuid-Soedan. Samen met alle heiligenKontekstueel, 29/2.
  • Haasnoot, J.A. (2012). Wereldwijd samen bijbellezen: de moeite waard , Alle Volken, (GZB, sept. 2012).
  • TussenRuimte, (Thema:) Met andere ogen, Intercultureel bijbellezen, 2010-3.
  • Kinyua, Johnson Kiriaku (2010). The Agikuyu, the bible and colonial constructs: towards an ordinary African readers’ hermeneutics. (Ph.D. thesis). Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
  • Oosterbroek, H. & Zorgdrager, H. (Eds.) (2009). Reading the Bible Across the Cultures. Reflections on Emperical Hermeneutics, Interculturality, Holy Scripture, Proceedings of the Symposium held June 12, 2008, in VU University, Amsterdam. Utrecht: Kerk in Actie.
  • Smit, P. B. A. (2015). From Canonical Criticism to Ecumenical Exegesis? A Study in Biblical Hermeneutics. (Studies in Reformed Theology; No. 30). Leiden: Brill.
  • Smit, P. B. A. (2016). Wat de Bijbel echt betekent? Over exegese, contextualiteit en echtscheiding naar aanleiding van het Evangelie volgens Markus 10,1-9. Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
  • Spronk, K., & Smit, P. B. A. (2017). Contextueel bijbellezen. Schrift, 285, 51-58.
  • Van der Walt, Ch. (2009). Ideologie en mag in Bybelinterpretasie. Op weg na ’n kommunale lees van 2 Samuel 13, Stellenbosch: Universiteit van Stellenbosch.
  • Vanhoozer, K.L. (2006). “One Rule to Rule Them All?”, Theological Method in an Era of World Christianity In C. Ott & H.A. Netland (Eds.). Globalizing Theology, Belief and Practice in an Era of World Christianity (pp. 85-126), Grand Rapids: BakerAcademic.
  • de Wit, J. H. (2012). Empirical Hermeneutics, Interculturality, and Holy Scripture. (Intercultural Biblical Hermeneutics Series; No. 1). Elkhart (USA): Institute of Mennonite Studies.
  • de Wit, J. H., & West, G. (Eds.) (2008). African and European Readers of the Bible in Dialogue. In Quest of a Shared Meaning. Boston/Leiden: Brill.
  • de Wit, H., Jonker, L., Kool, M., Schipani, D. (Eds.) (2004). Through the Eyes of Another. Intercultural Reading of the Bible, Elkhart (USA): Institute of Mennonite Studies/Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit.
  • de Wit, H., Kool, M.,  Van der Harst, N. & Moolenaar, A. (Eds.) (2004). Putten uit de bron. Een bijbelverhaal intercultureel gelezen, Zoetermeer: Meinema.
  • Wrogemann, H. (2012). Interkulturelle Theologie und Hermeneutik. Grundfragen, aktuelle Beispiele, theoretische Perspektiven. Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus.