chapter  I
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I

The term ‘intra-biblical interpretation’ (and synonyms) entered the vocabulary of biblical scholarship as a broad reference to the various ways by which biblical writers presume the continuing authority of their scripture, whether cited or ‘echoed’ (so R. Hays 1989), when they interpret biblical tradition (traditium) as the Word of God (traditio) for their current readers/auditors (so M. Fishbane 1989).