A while back I wrote a series of posts on the subject of the Transfiguration and the Christian reading of Scripture for Reformation21. Tony Reinke has very kindly formed the posts into an e-book, entitled Transfigured Hermeneutics, which the Reformed Resources site is offering as a free download.
Within the e-book, I sketch an approach to the reading of Scripture that takes its starting point in the event of the Transfiguration, arguing that this event has a greater significance in New Testament thought than is commonly appreciated.
Download a copy for yourself and pass it on!
If you are interested in reading any of my other past guest posts, they are all listed here.
UPDATE: You can also download the file here.
I hate to seem like a complainer, but I was disappointed that I was going to have to provide credit card information (in addition to contact information beyond an email address) in order to get the “Transfigured” e-book. Plenty of businesses already have that information, and I’m reluctant to increase the number that do (especially for an item that costs $0.00). Is there another way to make the e-book available? Thanks.
That’s odd. It never asked me for credit card information, just contact information.
I’ve added a download link above.
Thank you so much for this link, Alastair.
I enjoyed reading this on Reformation21 originally, and am grateful to have a download to share with others. Thanks for making it available!