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The nature of reading--a movement of mind, body, and spirit--has continued to change for millennia. Churches and universities would die without reading; therefore, the quality and quantity of reading, books, and libraries remains a current source of concern, or perhaps crisis, in both Christianity and theological education.
Reading for Faith and Learning brings together twenty leading, contemporary voices to discuss the significance of reading as a religious and scholarly practice. From depictions of reading in the Hebrew Bible, to the role of reading in the Reformation and American life, to modern day machine-reading of theological books in online libraries, this volume explores different facets of reading and its enduring and evolving importance for understanding and relating to God and our world.