Engaging the Bible: Critical Readings from Contemporary Women (Google eBook)
Hee An Choi, Katheryn Pfisterer Darr
Fortress Press - Religion - 150 pages
Bringing together some of the leading luminaries in feminist, womanist, and multicultural critical biblical studies in this book, each woman describes her unique perspective and offers her reading of a particular biblical scene. This is an ideal text for courses on feminist and multicultural biblical interpretation and includes discussion questions for each chapter and a list of suggested readings.
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