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Postmodern interpretations of the Bible : a reader / A.K.M. Adam, editor. [print]

Contributor(s): Adam, A. K. M. (Andrew Keith Malcolm), 1957-Material type: TextTextPublication details: St. Louis : Chalice Press, [(c)2001. Description: xi, 277 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0827229704; 9780827229709Subject(s): Bible -- Hermeneutics | Postmodernism -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BS476.P678 2001BS476.A193.P678 2001COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Building Babel Danna Nolan Fewell Leviticus and nausea Jon L. Berquist Moses' final examination: the book of Deuteronomy Donald C. Polaski Dialogues of life and monologues of death: Jephthah and Jephthah's daughter in Judges 10:6-12:7 Dennis T. Olson The secret of succession: Elijah, Elisha, Jesus, and Derrida Hugh S. Pyper Divining Ruth for international relations Musa W. Dube Is Hokmah an Israelite goddess, and what should we do about it? / David Penchansky Nocturnal egression: exploring some margins of the Song of Songs Fiona C. Black Isaiah 5-6: called and sent Peter D. Miscall An ending that does not end: the book of Jeremiah Walter Brueggemann An abusive God? Identity and power/gender and violence in Ezekiel 23 Mary E. Shields Called to do justice? A Bhabhian reading of Micah 5 and 6:1-8 Erin Runions How to read a tainted text: the wicked husbandmen in a post-holocaust context Tania Oldenhage School's in session: the making and unmaking of docile disciple bodies in Mark Deborah Krause The power of the dog John Dominic Crossan Son(s) behaving badly: the prodigal in foreign hands R.S. Sugirtharajah Postmodern Pentecost: a reading of Acts 2 David Jobling Paul and the remedies of idolatry: reading Romans 1:18-24 with Romans 7 Teresa J. Hornsby Inside jokes: community and authority in the Corinthian correspondence Sandra Hack Polaski Paul's riposte to Fr. Rodrigues : conceptions of martyrdom in Philippians and Endo's Silence Stephen Fowl Eyeing the Apocalypse Catherine Keller.
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Building Babel Danna Nolan Fewell Leviticus and nausea Jon L. Berquist Moses' final examination: the book of Deuteronomy Donald C. Polaski Dialogues of life and monologues of death: Jephthah and Jephthah's daughter in Judges 10:6-12:7 Dennis T. Olson The secret of succession: Elijah, Elisha, Jesus, and Derrida Hugh S. Pyper Divining Ruth for international relations Musa W. Dube Is Hokmah an Israelite goddess, and what should we do about it? / David Penchansky Nocturnal egression: exploring some margins of the Song of Songs Fiona C. Black Isaiah 5-6: called and sent Peter D. Miscall An ending that does not end: the book of Jeremiah Walter Brueggemann An abusive God? Identity and power/gender and violence in Ezekiel 23 Mary E. Shields Called to do justice? A Bhabhian reading of Micah 5 and 6:1-8 Erin Runions How to read a tainted text: the wicked husbandmen in a post-holocaust context Tania Oldenhage School's in session: the making and unmaking of docile disciple bodies in Mark Deborah Krause The power of the dog John Dominic Crossan Son(s) behaving badly: the prodigal in foreign hands R.S. Sugirtharajah Postmodern Pentecost: a reading of Acts 2 David Jobling Paul and the remedies of idolatry: reading Romans 1:18-24 with Romans 7 Teresa J. Hornsby Inside jokes: community and authority in the Corinthian correspondence Sandra Hack Polaski Paul's riposte to Fr. Rodrigues : conceptions of martyrdom in Philippians and Endo's Silence Stephen Fowl Eyeing the Apocalypse Catherine Keller.

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