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In GoshenGottstein'svision,biblicaltheologymustbe bothdescriptiveand prescriptive, It must,in fact,correlateGabler'sbinaryopposites bothhistoricalandnormative. Forthe formerdo not invitethe derisionof bothfundamentalists 4. Dentan,Preface to Old TestatmentTheology,p. 92. Fora recentexample, seeRolfP. Knierim, 5. SeeLevenson, Old TestamentTheology:Substance,Method,and Cases (GrandRapids:Eerdmans1995), pp. 18-19. God's"universal to describe criterion" ratherthan"center" Knierim usestheterm"theological Although theeffectisthesame.
3 1. Quoted in Robert C. Dentan, Preface to Old Testament Theology, rev. ed. (New York: SeaburyPress,1963),pp. 22-23. Fora morerecentsurveyof thenatureandstateof thefieldof Old Testament theology, see Gerhard Hasel, Old Testament Theology: Basic Issues in the Current Debate,4thed. (GrandRapids:Eerdmans, 1991). 2. Benedict de Spinoza,A Theologico-Political Tractate(New York:Dover, 1951), p. 101. See JonD. 91-96. 3. 33-61. RELIGIOUS AFFIRMATION ANDHISTORICAL CRITICISM 27 Among Christianscholars,for whom normativetheologicalconcernsare oftencentralto theireducation,by contrast,the mosthistoricisticunderstanding of biblical theology has not carriedthe day.
Rather,the pleasureone takes in judgingan object beautifulresultsfrom the Imagination(which providesa determinatesensefreeplaywiththe concepts impressionof the object)enteringintoa harmonious, as an occasionthat serves external the As such, of the Understanding. "20In each case Kant referred to objects that stimulate the Imaginationand concepts of the Understandingin tandem. They interactoutside of the precise determinationwith which concepts are applied in forming strictly cognitive judgments.