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1. Discussion Prompt: Church, Holy Scripture, and Canon(s) PERSONAL GLOSSARY

What is the proper dogmatic relationship between the church and the canon of Holy Scripture? With reference to Webster (2003, 42–67) in particular, respond by addressing what it means for the church to be the “hearing church,” specifically as it relates to the authority of Scripture in the church and the canonization of Scripture.


Continue making a personal glossary to which you may refer throughout the course and in your future studies. For this session, include at least these terms in your glossary:

Authority, of Scripture

Canon, of Scripture

Canonical Interpretation

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