from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The study of the history of books and the art of printing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An account of books; book lore; bibliography.
- n. The literature or doctrine of the Bible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Biblical literature, doctrine, or theology.
- n. A treatise on books; bibliography.
-Steve, 'The place of fear in our bibliology' at his blog Undeception
How do you rationalize your bibliology at the same time as being a bibliolater ?
With him they were simply a notification to his intimates that the whole thing was not to be taken as a serious bibliology of his works or index of his character.
For John, who was an accomplished scholar, had next to no knowledge of bibliology and took delight in seeing for the first time many a rare edition which he had heard mentioned or had read of in the course of his studies.
My friend Mr.W. F. Kirby appended to volume x. of "The Nights" (proper) his most valuable contributions to the bibliology of the work with its various imitations and a table showing the contents of the principal editions and translations of "The Nights": he also enriched my Supplemental volumes v. and vi. with his excellent annotations.
If churches spent more time preaching what God told them to preach … that is the gospel … … I can state with sure knowledge … that all of this extemporaneous extra bibliology
And as one begins the slide toward apostasy (falling away from previously held beliefs) the very first distancing which occurs is with "the traditions" associated with a proper bibliology.
There is a progression that takes place in liberal theology: It begins with a corrupt bibliology, a corrupt view of the nature and the inspiration of Scripture.
For instance, it was difficult not to see outright hostility towards an orthodox bibliology on the Welhausen thread.
FWIW, I do not spend time ripping on people with a low bibliology from the pulpit.