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by Caroline Vander Stichele,Todd Penner

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ISBN:
158983495X
Author:
Caroline Vander Stichele,Todd Penner
Category:
Bible Study & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
Society of Biblical Literature (May 19, 2010)
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Todd C. Penner, Caroline Vander Stichele. is the Gould H. and Marie Cloud Associate Professor in Religious Studies and Director of the Gender Studies Program at Austin College (Sherman, TX, USA). This collection of essays focuses on issues related to gender at the intersection of religious discourses in antiquity. He has published on a variety of topics related to early Christianity, including, most recently, the book of Acts. Caroline Vander Stichele (P. is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Amsterdam.

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In this book, Vander Stichele and Penner introduce their own gender-critical approach to the New Testament and other early Christian writings. Building on feminist and post-colonial insights, they explore the importance of gender in both text and context and discuss the diverse issues involved in interpretation as they relate to gender, sex, and sexuality. The authors also set out their methodology and highlight the various hermeneutical issues involved, such as the complexity of gendered and sexed identities in antiquity and the gap that exists between modern and ancient conceptions thereof.

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