Grant me justice!: HIV/AIDS & gender readings of the Bible
Cluster Publications, 2004 - Religion - 210 pages
How can Bible-reading communities, be they faith or academic communities, use the Bible for liberation in the HIV and AIDS struggle? This anthology proposes ways of re-reading the Bible that affirm life, the right to healing, care, and the human rights of all.
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