Averroes MD Posted May 6, 2017 Share Posted May 6, 2017 I'm reading Oxford's theology program's handbook, and it says the following about one's PhD thesis: These assessors are asked to consider such things as whether the overall project's specific methodology is clear (e.g., either theological, historical, textual-interpretative, or social scientific), I *think* I know what these different approaches are, but I just want to confirm. Specifically, can anyone tell me what they think a theological approach and a textual-interpretative approach would be towards a PhD thesis? (I'm specifically interested in "doing theology" and not religious studies, so this quoted section appealed to me.) Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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