By Caroline Vander Stichele,Todd Penner
In this publication, Vander Stichele and Penner introduce their very own gender-critical method of the hot testomony and different early Christian writings. construction on feminist and post-colonial insights, they discover the significance of gender in either textual content and context and speak about the various concerns considering interpretation as they relate to gender, intercourse, and sexuality. The authors additionally set out their method and spotlight many of the hermeneutical concerns concerned, reminiscent of the complexity of gendered and sexed identities in antiquity and the distance that exists among smooth and historic conceptions thereof. They additional illustrate their gender-critical process with concrete examples from the Acts of the Apostles, the letters of Paul, and the Acts of Paul and Thecla, so one can reveal how a gender-critical method works in perform. As such, this ebook is exclusive when it comes to its variety in addition to within the specific methodological concentration that's fostered throughout.
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