"The Bible as literature" is the study of this theological text as a purely literary work.
Northrop Frye, David Norton, and Leland Ryken are a few specialists of "The Bible as literature".
Goals of "The Bible as literature" include to better understand how the Bible was constructed as a literary work, to understand the historical influences on the Bible's text, a better understanding of the ways in which the Bible continues to influence modern literary works.
Some subfields in "The Bible as literature" include history, influences, literary principles, and mythology.
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