bibliology


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bibliology

(ˌbɪblɪˈɒlədʒɪ)
n
1. (Bible) the study of Biblical literature
2. (Library Science & Bibliography) the scientific description of books

bibliology

1. the history of books; bibliography.
2. the study of the doctrines of the Bible. — bibliologist, n.
See also: Books
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This is accomplished through 45 classes being offered each semester in areas such as: Hermeneutics, Church History, Theology, Biblical Counseling, Creation Science, Practical Leadership, Church Planting, Pastoral Ministry & Administration, Bibliology & Archeology and classes on every book of the Bible.
The meaning of "katena" is not derived from the Greek term meaning "pure" but rather from the Latin word meaning "chain" and linked to Bibliology.
Shera's social epistemology recast as psychological bibliology.
Yet, this equation is prevalent, as Tinyiko Maluleke has demonstrated for the African context, in not only more obviously bibliological "schools", like in Byang Kato's theology, but also in the more "diluted" bibliology of John Mbiti, Kwame Bediako, Lamin Sanneh or Jesse J.
3 "familiarity with library and librarianships, bibliology research method in Persian Literature"?
Key words: Bibliography / Bibliology / Bibliographic indices / Bibliometrics / Documentation / Webliography
8) Wang Bangwei, <<Faxian and the Bibliology of Faxin: a Review of Historiography>>, in The Research of World Religion, 4, 2003, in Chinese.
For Work, the ecclesiological, trinitarian foundation of theology alters the terrain and moves bibliology into an orthodox trinitarian perspective.
Robert Estivals, the founder and president of the Societe de bibliologie et de schematisation, as well as of the Association internationale de bibliologie, gave an overview of the development of the concept of bibliology and the manifold components of this vast field of knowledge (among others all aspects of bibliography, histoire du livre, etc.