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Title: Intertextuality, Inner-Biblical Exegesis, and Inner-Biblical Allusion
Subtitle: The Ethics of a Methodology
Author(s): MEEK, Russell L.
Volume: 95 Issue: 2 Date: 2014
Intertextuality has been used to label a plethora of investigations into textual relationships. During the past few decades, the debate regarding the definition of intertextuality has largely been resolved, yet scholars continue to misuse the term to refer to diachronic and/or author-centered approaches to determining textual relationships. This article calls for employing methodological vocabulary ethically by outlining the primary differences between - and different uses for - intertextuality, inner-biblical exegesis, and inner-biblical allusion.