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Complete disconnect from factuality opens the door to revisionist histories that deny grossly inhuman and immoral action. Yet even so, who gets to determine the shape of the narrative, and thus whose interests and power exercises get encoded in the narrative of history, is a question of paramount important in the reception of historical narratives.

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Let me conclude by returning to the first important hermeneut of early Christianity, Origen of Alexandria, who wrote in his late Antique Fundamentaltheologie, First Principles 4. Crossley and Christian Karner, eds. ANF 4 Origen is conventionally understood to say that scripture has three levels of meaning that function simultaneously as just progressive stages of insight. In this passage, as in the next where he expounds on a self-made metaphor wrought on a passage from The Shepherd of Hermas, allegorising the names of Clement and Grapte into authorities with different remits towards different kinds of readers, Origen is actually creating three classes of readers and two classes of religious authorities in the case of the Hermas metaphor.

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In doing so, he creates a hierarchy of authority in the practice of Christian discourse and uses scripture reading for that purpose. But such is also an unspoken rule of hermeneutics. Hermeneutik und Ideologiekritik. Frankfurt a. M: Suhrkamp, Baker, Coleman A. Balch, David L. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament Balch, David L, and Annette Weissenrieder, eds. Bauckham, Richard, ed. Grand Rapids, MI.

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