By Patricia K. Tull,Jacqueline E. Lapsley
After Exegesis hence underscores the truth that the context for feminist biblical theology needs to be understood extra widely than it's been ordinarily construed. the quantity demonstrates feminist theology pleasing this promised breadth, whereas additionally staking a declare to the long run: theology needs to attend to humanity’s interdependent connectedness to the remainder of production and to such realities as human embodiment, anguish, oppression, desire, and the multivocal nature of truth.
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After Exegesis: Feminist Biblical Theology by Patricia K. Tull,Jacqueline E. Lapsley