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The Resource Ancient laws and contemporary controversies : the need for inclusive interpretation, Cheryl B. Anderson, (electronic resource)

Ancient laws and contemporary controversies : the need for inclusive interpretation, Cheryl B. Anderson, (electronic resource)

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Ancient laws and contemporary controversies : the need for inclusive interpretation
Title
Ancient laws and contemporary controversies
Title remainder
the need for inclusive interpretation
Statement of responsibility
Cheryl B. Anderson
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1950-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Anderson, Cheryl B.
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Law (Theology)
Label
Ancient laws and contemporary controversies : the need for inclusive interpretation, Cheryl B. Anderson, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [203]-220) and indes
Contents
The need for inclusive biblical interpretation -- Defining the other : the need to make the connections -- The need to unmask particularity -- Unmasking the church -- Unmasking the academy -- Problematic biblical laws : the view from the other side -- Women and (homo) sexuality -- The poor -- Non-Israelites (foreigners) -- The Ten commandments (the decalogue) -- Challenging the principles of Old Testament ethics -- Waldemar Janzen : the familial paradigm -- Christopher J.H. Wright : what about the canaanites? -- John Barton : the basis of Old Testament ethics -- The Bible, ethics, and the margins -- Ruth and Esther as models for the formation of God's people : engaging liberationist critiques -- Ruth : a woman, a daughter-in-law, and a Moabite -- Feminist/womanist critiques : empowering the marginalized -- Queer critiques : challenging the exclusive focus on males -- Postcolonial critiques : struggling against the Colonial Empire -- Esther : a woman, a queen, and a minority -- Feminist/womanist critiques : who really wins? -- Queer critiques : to pass or not to pass is the question -- Postcolonial critiques : imperial/colonial powers, marginalization, and violence -- Reading Ruth and Esther in the real world : a first world response -- Jesus, Paul, the law and inclusive biblical interpretation -- Jesus, the law, and inclusive biblical interpretation -- Jesus against the Pharisees and their great tradition -- Jesus : elements of inclusive biblical interpretation -- Jesus considers the impact of an interpretation on the marginalized -- Jesus, new interpretation is grounded in the biblical tradition -- Jesus identifies the absolute requirement of God -- Jesus includes the excluded -- Paul, the law, and inclusive biblical interpretation -- Women -- Slavery -- Sexuality -- Paul : elements of inclusive biblical interpretation -- Paul includes the excluded and he bases it on the biblical tradition -- Paul considers the impact of an interpretation or policy on the marginalized -- Paul identifies the absolute requirement of God -- The Protestant reformers and inclusive -- Biblical interpretation -- Thinking contextually/thinking theologically -- The Protestant reformers, biblical authority, and biblical interpretation -- The Protestant heritage and inclusive biblical interpretation -- A reformed contribution : the Word of God -- A Lutheran contribution : the indwelling Christ -- A Wesleyan contribution : the law of love -- Biblical authority and the ethics of biblical interpretation -- Reconceptualizing scripture and biblical authority -- The ethics of biblical interpretation -- The need for an inclusive approach continues : the united states, the founding fathers, and the national identity -- Unmasking the national rhetoric of inclusion -- Working towards real inclusion : participatory democracy and the prophetic tradition
Control code
ssj0000334674
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 240 p.)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Available to multiple simultaneous users
Isbn
9780195305500
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009005362
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000334674
Label
Ancient laws and contemporary controversies : the need for inclusive interpretation, Cheryl B. Anderson, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [203]-220) and indes
Contents
The need for inclusive biblical interpretation -- Defining the other : the need to make the connections -- The need to unmask particularity -- Unmasking the church -- Unmasking the academy -- Problematic biblical laws : the view from the other side -- Women and (homo) sexuality -- The poor -- Non-Israelites (foreigners) -- The Ten commandments (the decalogue) -- Challenging the principles of Old Testament ethics -- Waldemar Janzen : the familial paradigm -- Christopher J.H. Wright : what about the canaanites? -- John Barton : the basis of Old Testament ethics -- The Bible, ethics, and the margins -- Ruth and Esther as models for the formation of God's people : engaging liberationist critiques -- Ruth : a woman, a daughter-in-law, and a Moabite -- Feminist/womanist critiques : empowering the marginalized -- Queer critiques : challenging the exclusive focus on males -- Postcolonial critiques : struggling against the Colonial Empire -- Esther : a woman, a queen, and a minority -- Feminist/womanist critiques : who really wins? -- Queer critiques : to pass or not to pass is the question -- Postcolonial critiques : imperial/colonial powers, marginalization, and violence -- Reading Ruth and Esther in the real world : a first world response -- Jesus, Paul, the law and inclusive biblical interpretation -- Jesus, the law, and inclusive biblical interpretation -- Jesus against the Pharisees and their great tradition -- Jesus : elements of inclusive biblical interpretation -- Jesus considers the impact of an interpretation on the marginalized -- Jesus, new interpretation is grounded in the biblical tradition -- Jesus identifies the absolute requirement of God -- Jesus includes the excluded -- Paul, the law, and inclusive biblical interpretation -- Women -- Slavery -- Sexuality -- Paul : elements of inclusive biblical interpretation -- Paul includes the excluded and he bases it on the biblical tradition -- Paul considers the impact of an interpretation or policy on the marginalized -- Paul identifies the absolute requirement of God -- The Protestant reformers and inclusive -- Biblical interpretation -- Thinking contextually/thinking theologically -- The Protestant reformers, biblical authority, and biblical interpretation -- The Protestant heritage and inclusive biblical interpretation -- A reformed contribution : the Word of God -- A Lutheran contribution : the indwelling Christ -- A Wesleyan contribution : the law of love -- Biblical authority and the ethics of biblical interpretation -- Reconceptualizing scripture and biblical authority -- The ethics of biblical interpretation -- The need for an inclusive approach continues : the united states, the founding fathers, and the national identity -- Unmasking the national rhetoric of inclusion -- Working towards real inclusion : participatory democracy and the prophetic tradition
Control code
ssj0000334674
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 240 p.)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Available to multiple simultaneous users
Isbn
9780195305500
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009005362
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000334674

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