Doctrine of Scripture and Dialogue with our Neighbors

ATA Digital's Podcast

Jun 10 2022 • 1 hr 8 mins

Guest:

Dr. Havilah Dharamraj

Head of the Department of Biblical Studies at SAIACS

https://www.saiacs.org/our-team/dr-havilah-dharamraj/


Host:

Matthias Gergan

Digital Content Editor


Chapters:

0:11 - 2:43 - Introduction

2:44 - 7:00  - What is doctrine and why does it matter to us today?

7:01 - 10:14 - Doctrine as fixed and under development in conversation with neighbors

10:15 - 16:58  - Different readings of the Old Testament and interpretations of it

16:59 - 22:19 - The process of the formation of the canon

22:20 - 26:53  - What does it mean when a canon is closed and who closes it?

26:54 - 31:54  - Can we add to the existing canon?

31:55 - 35:34 - Should be read beyond the 66 books of the Protestant Canon?

35:35 - 42:28  - Bible as translated Scripture and religions with sacred texts in original languages

42:29 - 47:01  - How were books added as sacred text in the New Testament?

47:02 - 54:08  - Different ideas of revelation in different faith traditions

54:09 - 57:23 - What are the Holy Spirit and the Church related to Scripture?

57:24 - 1:00:24 - How does the Scripture connect us with God?

1:00:25 - 1:03:08 - How do we sit in dialogue with the religious other?

1:03:09 - end - Closing remarks: Dr. Dharamraj’s upcoming work