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Ricoeur’s Theological Hermeneutics: ‘Impure’ Narrativism and the Possibility of Truth

The purpose of this paper is to critically assess the extent to which Ricoeur’s theological hermeneutics can justifiably be situated within the tradition of narrative theology.
September 25, 2020

The purpose of this paper is to critically assess the extent to which Ricoeur’s theological hermeneutics can justifiably be situated within the tradition of narrative theology.

This paper can be downloaded below.

Ricoeur’s Theological Hermeneutics: ‘Impure’ Narrativism and the Possibility of Truth
Fr Dominic McGrattan

Fr Dominic McGrattan is from Portaferry and a priest of Down and Connor Diocese. He studied law and theology in Dublin, Cambridge, Rome and Louvain.  

He previously served as parish curate, hospital chaplain and an associate of the Diocese’s pastoral planning office, Living Church. He currently assists in nearby St Brigid’s Parish.

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