5 edition of Feminist Interpretation of the Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation found in the catalog.
September 2003 by Continuum International Publishing Group .
Written in English
|Contributions||Silvia Schroer (Editor), Sophia Bietenhard (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Postcolonialism and feminism are intertwined in her work, although postcolonialism seems to have stronger theoretical focus. The aim of Dube’s biblical hermeneutics is to bring about change. Reading must be in service of life and equality. Because the Bible was born in various contexts of colonial rule, it has imperialist ideology rooted in it. Book Description: Chart the development of feminist approaches and theories of interpretation during the period when women first joined the ranks of biblical scholars. This collection of essays on feminist biblical studies in the twentieth century seeks to explore four areas of .
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This book originated from a symposium with feminist biblical experts from over twenty countries from five continents. Feminist Interpretation of the Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation book provides a striking and imaginative depiction of the questions central to feminist exegesis and the hermeneutics of liberation.5/5(1).
Title: Feminist Interpretation of the Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation By: Silvia Schroer(ED.) & Sophia Bietenhard(ED.) Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: T&T Clark Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 11 ounces ISBN: ISBN Series: Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies Stock No: WWPages: This book originated from a symposium with feminist biblical experts from over twenty countries from five continents.
It provides a striking and imaginative depiction of the questions central to feminist exegesis and the hermeneutics of liberation. It also provides a lively example of the kind of global discussion of the Bible and liberation.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: color illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: "We will know each other by our fruits": feminist exegesis and the hermeneutics of liberation / Silvia Schroer --Proverbs 31 in a new interpretation / a story told by Renita Weems --Re-reading for liberation: African American women and the Bible.
Feminist Biblical Interpretation and the Hermeneutics of Liberation: An African Woman's Perspective / Philomena Njeri Mwaura ; The Book of Ruth and a Group of Prostitutes in Costa Rica (A Story Told by Irene Foulkes, Costa Rica) Women in Contemporary Palestinian Society: A Contextual Reading of the Book of Ruth / Viola Raheb ; A Secular, Jewish.
"We will know each other by our fruits": feminist exegesis and the hermeneutics of liberation / Silvia Schroer --Proverbs 31 in a new interpretation / a story told by Renita Weems --Re-reading for liberation: African American women and the Bible / Renita J.
Weems --Helping each other to think: a series of propositions in retrospect / Viola. These essays from different geographical, social and cultural contexts around the world raises the current issues in the field of feminist hermeneutics.
This book originated from a symposium of feminist biblical experts from over twenty countries from five continents. Feminist Interpretation Of The Bible (The Library of Hebrew Bible - Old Testament Studies) Silvia Schroer, Sophia Bietenhard Since its origins in the women's liberation movement, feminist exegesis has been subject not only to the demand to identify the oppressive functions of biblical texts, but also to contribute to the liberation of women.
The authors, originating from various countries and continents and nurtured by diverse theological insights, provide regional overviews of liberating struggles and liberation hermeneutics or engage. This book has a lot of information about feminism, and a lot of information about Christianity, but no "feminist interpretation of the Bible".
It is very dry, and appropriate for those readers who have a deep interest in feminist theory. I was expecting an analysis of the Bible from a feminist point of view, and was s: 5.
Since its origins in the women's liberation movement, feminist exegesis has been subject not only to the demand to identify the oppressive functions of biblical texts, but also to contribute to the liberation of women. What biblical texts can serve this process of liberation - for which women, under what conditions and in what manner.
|a Feminist interpretation of the Bible and the hermeneutics of liberation / |c edited by Silvia Schroer & Sophia Bietenhard. |a London ; |a New York: |b Sheffield Academic Press, |c c The methods liberation theologians use to interpret the Bible include: A hermeneutic of suspicion to challenge traditional authoritative interpretations of the text.
Use of the hermeneutic circle to interpret the Bible in the light of experience. In this sense, feminist interpretation asks what it means to read scripture as a feminist. Furthermore, it seeks to clarify how feminist biblical hermeneutics can situate feminist readings of the Bible in such a way that they do not duplicate the patriarchal discourse of subordination and obedience.
In reclaiming the woman, feminist hermeneutics gives new life to the image of God female. These and other exciting discoveries of a counter-literature that pertains to women do not, however, eliminate the male bias of Scripture.
In other words, this second perspective neither disavows nor neglects the evidence of the first. This book originated from a symposium with feminist biblical experts from over twenty countries from five continents. It provides a striking and imaginative depiction of the questions central to feminist exegesis and the hermeneutics of : Silvia Schroer.
Biblical scholars from 20 countries on five continents such topics as African American women re-reading the Bible for liberation, the Bible and other sacred texts in Latin America, postcolonial feminist hermeneutics of liberation, a contextual reading of the Book of Ruth by women in contemporary Palestinian society, the power of difference in Author: Silvia Schroer.
“If the interpretation of the Bible takes place within the hermeneutical circle where a critical assumption determines the meanings of the texts, there must be the possibility of the Bible critically evaluating the veracity of that assumption.
If not, then the principle-and not the Bible. The authors, originating from various countries and continents and nurtured by diverse theological insights, provide regional overviews of liberating struggles and liberation hermeneutics or engage the biblical text from various perspectives, including mujerista and feminist Afrocentric readings.
Feminist Interpretation of the Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation by Silvia Schroer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). Free 2-day shipping. Buy JSOT Supplement (Paperback): Feminist Interpretation of the Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation (Paperback) at In so doing, the Bible becomes a resource for the liberation of women, and feminist theory leads to changed praxis (cf.
“hermeneutics of creative ritualization” or “actualization”). These hermeneutical principles are reflected in a statement produced by feminist authors meeting at the conference of the Society of Biblical Literature.
Book Description: These essays from different geographical, social and cultural contexts around the world raises the current issues in the field of feminist hermeneutics.
This book originated from a symposium of feminist biblical experts from over twenty countries from five continents. Feminist biblical interpretation is on part in the larger struggle for women’s liberation. It helps women combine this struggle with belief in scripture.
Feminist hermeneutics also challenges patriarchal interpretations of the Bible and finds ways for the Bible to be empowering to women. Feminist theological interpretation was again important at this stage, given the place of religion and the Bible in the United States.
Second Wave Feminist Bible Interpretation Mary Daly. Like Stanton, many feminist interpreters have taken a generally negative view of the Bible.
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Free shipping for many products. The Feminist and the Bible: Hermeneutical Alternatives Carolyn Osiek Department of Biblical Literature symbol and image of the feminine to convey meaning; and finally, the liberation critique of oppressive structures.
An appreciation and critique is offered for each alternative. Broadly speaking, feminist hermeneutics is the theory, art and practice of interpretation in the interest of women. It addresses a broad realm of things, ranging from the Bible and other theological texts to human acts and products, endeavoring to challenge and correct the effects of patriarchy on them.
Postcolonial Feminist Interpretation of the Bible is one of the more provocative books I have read in the last several years.
Though I consciously view the Bible through the lenses of race, class, and gender, a postcolonial perspective has pushed me to think about these issues in greater depth. “Models of Contextual Hermeneutics: Liberation and Feminist Theological Approaches Compared,” Exchange 23/2 () *Legrand, L.
“Issues in the Roman Catholic Approach to Biblical Hermeneutics Today,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/ () This book is the result of a collaborative effort on the part of a group of outstanding theologians, historians, and biblical scholars within the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature.
Clarifying for themselves and others the distinctive character of feminist interpretation, they continue the process of liberating the word that concerns the whole church. Womanist Biblical hermeneutics Gay L.
Byron and Vanessa Lovelace Womanist Interpretations of the Bible: Expanding the Discourse is a long-awaited collection of original essays that features bold new womanist approaches to biblical hermeneutics. We first conceived of this volume.
book excerpt: The same Bible that historically has been invoked to support exploitation is also a source of inspiration for those fighting oppression and injustice. This collection of essays highlights the different receptions that liberation- ist hermeneutics has found in a number of contemporary contexts.
Liberation Hermeneutics Source: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation Author(s): Gerald West. In the latter part of the s those working within the framework of liberation theologies began to explore other ways.
This book is an excellent resource for women of color, pastors, and seminarians interested in relevant readings of the biblical text, as well as scholars and teachers teaching courses in womanist biblical hermeneutics, feminist interpretation, African American hermeneutics, and biblical courses that value diversity and dialogue as crucial to.
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Further, by offering a materialist reading of the Book of Micah, he demonstrates that without critical hermeneutics (that is, without forms of interpretation that question the assumptions behind biblical statements and events) "dominant, traditional theology has found the Bible in general politically and ideologically comfortable.
AN INTRODUCTION TO FEMINIST BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION METHODS The following is a study of what feminists Bible critics believe, not what the present writer endorses. Feminist Criticism Presuppositions, Principles, and Terms A. Presuppositions 1. “” 1 a) Assert the notion that the Bible is regarded as the word of God and divine revelation2.
Reading Glasses: Feminist Criticism “Feminism is the radical notion that women are human beings.” Cheris Kramerae, A Feminist Dictionary () Feminist biblical criticism, like feminism itself, comes in many types of packaging, each of which when opened reveals different ideas about the Bible, its authority, and its relevance.
To.Feminist Hermeneutics Pamela J. Milne liberation. The first is to look at, or emphasize, positive texts about women that counteract the negative texts used against women in traditional pa and Feminist Interpretation," in Feminist Interpretation of the Bible, Anthony Thiselton’s name is synonymous with modern understanding of hermeneutics, the study of methods for interpreting the Bible.
This bundle contains: Hermeneutics: An Introduction: Thiselton surveys the history of interpretation including modern-day approaches such as liberation, feminist, reader-response, reception, and postmodern methods. Horizons of Hermeneutics: A collection of .