1. Rod Decker interacted with the reader-response approach which Richard Hays seemed to suggest in Echoes of Scripture in the Letters of Paul (1989).
2. Ken Schenck shares an introduction to a paper he is writing in which he will attempt to build a bridge “across the ugly ditch between historical-contextual interpretations of individual biblical books and a holistic Christian perspective on Scripture as a whole.”
3. Ben Byerly interacts briefly with Schenck, most interestingly suggesting that coherence in a reader-centered approach must mean “internal coherence.” (I have a few thoughts on ‘coherence’, perhaps for another time).
I would love to see more discussion related to the problem (from my perspective) of multiple meanings (cf. previous post).