Engaging the Bible: Critical Readings from Contemporary Women (Google eBook)

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Hee An Choi, Katheryn Pfisterer Darr
Fortress Press - Religion - 150 pages
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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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Contents

A Prophetic Apocalyptic Reading Resurrection in Prophetic Context Poor Man Lazarus and Christian Agency
1
A Postcolonlal Reading Sexual Morality and National Politics Reading Biblical Loose Women
21
A Communal Reading SeeJudgeAct A Different Approach to Bible Study
47
A Critical Feminist Emancipative Reading Invitation to Dance in the Open House of Wisdom Feminist Study of the Bible
81
A Critical Relational Reading A Path Wide Open Toward a Critical Relationship with the Christian Bible
105
Conclusion
127
Notes
132
Index
146
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