The Woman's Bible: A Classic Feminist Perspective

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Courier Corporation, 2003 - Social Science - 384 pages
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Book-by-book examination of the Bible by pioneer in women's rights movement places events in their historical context, interprets passages as both allegory and fact, and compares them with myths of other cultures. In the tradition of radical individualism, Stanton's attack on religious orthodoxy represents a political treatise rather than a scholarly work.
 

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A look at the women of the Bible and their stories, by a group of women in the early 20th century. The stories they select are interesting, and ones that are often paid little attention to, and the ... Read full review

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Contents

The Book of Genesis
14
The Book of Exodus
68
The Book of Leviticus
90
The Book of Numbers
97
The Book of Deuteronomy
125
Appendix
149
Preface to Part II
7
The Book of Joshua
11
The Kabbalah
106
The New Testament
113
The Book of Matthew
116
The Book of Mark
129
The Book of Luke
132
The Book of John
138
The Book of Acts
145
Epistle to the Romans
152

The Book of Judges
15
The Book of Ruth
37
Books of Samuel
44
Books of Kings
58
The Book of Esther
84
The Book of JOB
93
Books of Psalms Proverbs Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon
96
Books of Isaiah and Daniel Micah and Malachi
101
Epistle to the Corinthians
155
Epistle to the Ephesians and Phillippians
160
Epistle to the Timothy
161
Epistle to the Peter and John
174
Revelation
176
Appendix
185
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