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Intertextuality as you have observed is a secular principle, which could be applied to a wide range of texts and settings. It is basically a way of explicitly describing that there is an expected interrelationship between texts. Normally in hermeneutics we prize 'exegesis', reading meaning out of the text at hand, and that's our typical focus here on BH.SE. ...


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