Voices from the Margin: Interpreting the Bible in the Third World
Rasiah S. Sugirtharajah
Orbis Books, 2006 - Religion - 506 pages
This substantially revised edition has been expanded to include sixteen new essays and a new section on postcolonial readings of scripture. It also contains a new introduction and an afterword by the editor, calling attention to new developments in biblical interpretation.
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Part One Reading Strategies
African American Women
Are They Helpful in Breaking
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