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- n. A practitioner of hermeneutics: someone who interprets a text
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An interpreter; one who explains; an exegete; specifically, one of the hermeneutæ.
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Which implies a concept of the book as fundamentally encrypted, requiring the unlocking services of your neighborhood hermeneut.
And that supplies a hermeneut of continuity like me with a sure compass for navigating theological questions which most directly affect Church unity.
As a hermeneut of continuity like the Pope, I've already expounded and defended that document.
As I've said before, the work of the hermeneut of continuity never seems to be done.
The job of the hermeneut of continuity is to show just that.
Sacramentum Vitae: The travails of the hermeneut of continuity skip to main
No matter that he has us running to the dictionary to look up the precise meaning of vaguely familiar literary words such as hypostastis and hermeneut.