Other ways of reading : African women and the Bible /

Other ways of reading : African women and the Bible / [print] Musa W. Dube, editor. - Atlanta, Georgia : Society of Biblical Literature ; [(c)2001. Geneva : WCC Publications, [(c)2001. - viii, 254 pages ; 23 cm. - Global perspectives on biblical scholarship ; no. 2 . - Global perspectives on biblical scholarship ; no. 2. .

Includes bibliographical references.

I am the woman Esther and northern Sotho stories : an African-South African woman's commentary Fifty years of bleeding : a storytelling feminist reading of Mark 5:24-43 How local divine powers were suppressed : a case of Mwari of the Shona Translating the divine : the case of Modimo in the Setwwana Bible Cultural hermeneutics : an African contribution Toward a post-apartheid black feminist reading of the Bible : a case of Luke 2:36-38 A bosadi (womanhood) reading of Proverbs 31:10-31 A Sourth African Indian womanist reading of the character of Ruth Divining Ruth for international relations A North American feminist response The Bible and African Christianity : a curse or a blessing? / Nyambura J. Njoroge African "Ruths," ruthless Africas : reflections of an African Mordecai Rose Teteki Abbey Mmadipoane (Ngwana 'Mphahlele) Masenya Musa W. Bude Dora R. Mbuwayesago Gomang Seratwa Ntloedibe-Kuswani Musimbi R.A. Kanyoro Gloria Kehilwe Plaatjie Mmadipoane (Ngwana 'Mphahlele) Masenya Sarojini Nadar Musa W. Dube Pyllis A. Bird Tinyiko S. Maluleke.



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Bible--Criticism, interpretation, etc.--Africa, Sub-Saharan.
Bible--Feminist criticism--Africa, Sub-Saharan.


Feminist criticism
Postcolonialism
Feminist theology


Sub-Saharan Africa

BS521.4.O844 2001 BS521.4.D814.O844 2001

BS521.4.O844 2001 BS521.4.D814.O844 2001

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