"Intercultural mediation is a development of inculturation theology, but while the latter focuses on the incarnation of the Gospel in a culture and the evangelization of that culture, intercultural mediation embarks on consolidating a constructive dialogue between an original biblical culture, church tradition and contemporary audiences.
The majority of target audiences read the Scriptures through translations. This book shows the relevance of intercultural mediation to Scripture translation and biblical exegesis. It contends that both translation and exegesis proceed through a triple set of cultures."
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