By Phyllis Trible
Targeting texts within the Hebrew Bible, and utilizing feminist hermeneutics, Phyllis Trible brings out what she considers to be ignored subject matters and counter literature. After outlining her process in additional aspect, she starts off via highlighting the feminist imagery used for God; then she strikes directly to traditions embodying female and male in the context of the goodness of construction. If Genesis 2-3 is a love tale long gone awry, the tune of Songs is set sexuality redeemed in pleasure. In among lies the booklet of Ruth, with its photo of the struggles of lifestyle.
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