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Autobiographical biblical criticism : between text and self / edited by Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger. [print]

Contributor(s): Kitzberger, Ingrid RMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Leiden : Deo, [(c)2002. Description: xii, 209 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9058540197; 9789058540195Subject(s): Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible -- Hermeneutics | Reader-response criticismLOC classification: BS531.A986 2002BS531.K62.A986 2002COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Pre-liminaries What is critical about autobiographical (biblical) criticism? / Jeffrey L. Staley Can one be critical without being autobiographical? : the case of Romans 1:26-27 Daniel Patte Perversity, truth and the readerly experience Francis Landy Flowing identities Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger The personal voice of the listening heart Mayer I. Gruber Age and ageism in the Hebrew Bible, in an autobiographical perspective Athalya Brenner Self criticism, Cretan liars and the sly redactors of Genesis Mark G. Brett ; "The holy seed has mixed itself with the peoples of the lands" (Ezra 9:2) : mestizaje and Ezra-Nehemiah in black and white Robert M. Maldonado My papa was called Bubba, but his real name was Leroy : violence, social location and Job Lori Rowlett Running with endurance : an autobiographical reading of Hebrews 12:1-13 Robert Paul Seesengood The question of Qohelet's piety : reading the epilogue through this body Jennifer L. Koosed.
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Pre-liminaries What is critical about autobiographical (biblical) criticism? / Jeffrey L. Staley Can one be critical without being autobiographical? : the case of Romans 1:26-27 Daniel Patte Perversity, truth and the readerly experience Francis Landy Flowing identities Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger The personal voice of the listening heart Mayer I. Gruber Age and ageism in the Hebrew Bible, in an autobiographical perspective Athalya Brenner Self criticism, Cretan liars and the sly redactors of Genesis Mark G. Brett ; "The holy seed has mixed itself with the peoples of the lands" (Ezra 9:2) : mestizaje and Ezra-Nehemiah in black and white Robert M. Maldonado My papa was called Bubba, but his real name was Leroy : violence, social location and Job Lori Rowlett Running with endurance : an autobiographical reading of Hebrews 12:1-13 Robert Paul Seesengood The question of Qohelet's piety : reading the epilogue through this body Jennifer L. Koosed.

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