Dorothy Jean Weaver always knew that she would grow up to be a teacher.
That groundbreaking reference tool for contextual biblical interpretation is here available in English for the first time. With contributions from more than sixty female scholars, this is the only one-volume feminist commentary on the entire Bible, including books that are relatively uncharted territory for feminist theology.
The second volume is a commentary by women authors on canonical and noncanonical texts. Evans Editor Call Number: Earlier editions of this commentary are in General Books North Wisdom Commentary "The aim of this commentary [series] is to provide feminist interpretation of Scripture in serious, scholarly engagement with the whole text, not only those texts that explicitly mention women The commentary addresses not only issues of gender which are primary in this project but also those of power, authority, ethnicity, racism, and classism, which all intersect.
More will be added as they are published. They are being produced quickly, so this list may not be up to date. Ruth by Alice L. Scott Spencer Call Number:The Periodic Table and Christianity: Patterns in the Universe and in Human Lives When God made the universe and the human race he used many of the same patterns for both.
The physical universe in which we live came from the spiritual world in a series of steps. From the perspective of an interpretation of the Christian Bible, moreover, Christian universalists need only accept the exegetical arguments of the Arminian theologians in support of (1) and the exegetical arguments of the Augustinian theologians in support of (2); that alone would enable them to build an exegetical case for a universalist.
What is the Christian perspective on life? How does it differ from that of the non-Christian? In a word, the Christian perspective is transcendent, whereas the typical non-Christian view is secular.
As the British Christian writer, Harry Blamires*, expressed it, A prime mark of the Christian mind is that it cultivates the eternal perspective. Homosexuality: Biblical Interpretation and Moral Discernment.
(By Willard Swartley. Published by Herald Press, )* Grounded in a lifetime of biblical study, New Testament scholar Willard M.
Swartley takes a fresh look at the Scriptures and what they would . A detailed essay examining from a biblical perspective the tension between the death of Jesus as predestined by God, or as the result of human decisions; concludes by examining the implications of this tension for theories of the atonement.
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