Texts of Terror: Literary-feminist Readings of Biblical Narratives. Front Cover. Phyllis Trible. Fortress Press, – Religion – pages. 17 Jan The book for today’s post is Texts of Terror by Phyllis Trible. This little page book (which originally was a series of lectures) was on my. Phyllis Trible. Texts of Terror (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, ),. Hagar. Trible describes;. The opening episodes, located in Canaan, highlight Sarah as she.
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We have here an example of rhetorical criticism in its purest form. Trible addresses the women in the Old Testament narratives. Thanks for telling us about the problem. In highlighting the silence, absence, and opposition of God, triible well as human cruelty, Trible shows how these neglected stories—interpreted in memoriam—challenge both the misogyny of Scripture and its use in church, synagogue, and academy.
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One person found this helpful. Buy the selected items together This item: If nothing else, they personify, as Trible expertly highlights, the qualities of the “suffering servant” in Second Isaiah’s famous prophecies.
Trible paints a picture of women as perpetual victims in the Bible. While it has its limitations, this book holds up the feminist perspective in such a way that it can intervene in abusive ways of reading the bible, while also being palatable to the evangelical church. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
Women’s Bible Commentary, Third Edition: Hagar, Tamar, the Levite’s concubine, and the daughter of Jephthah. This book makes a significant contribution to feminist critiques of religious texts.
Professor Trible focuses on four variations upon the theme of terror in the Bible. Jan 22, Valerie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Open to the public Book English Flinders University. Sprache Und Sprachtheorien Adalbert Stifters.
Nevertheless, a valuable read and one which is very thought-provoking. Discover how much more enjoyable your personal study will be with understandable, quality Bible commentary for everyday life. She is good at reading between the lines. Open to the public ; My heart breaks for these women, phyllia of whom weren’t even given the dignity of a name so they could be remembered.
Open to the public Book English Trinity College. This is a good book for anyone who is tired of the Bible, or who thinks it doesn’t have anything to say to them. Mar 13, Amelmag rated it it was amazing Shelves: Preview — Texts of Terror by Phyllis Trible. First, it trbile me to confront my male-centric hermeneutic, which has a tendency to gloss over female characters.
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Texts of Terror: Literary-Feminist Readings of Biblical Narratives
The University of Queensland. Open to the public ; B TRI. Published 34 years ago, Texts of Terror remains a vitally important work, one that should be on the bookshelf of every preacher, every counselor and every church leader.
She gives them a vehicle to describe the unmitigated terror and cruelty they experienced in the hands of powerful men while she simultaneously exposes the misogyny infecting these passages of the Bible. Request an Desk copy Please select a version: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Living By the Book: In highlighting the silence, absence, and opposition of God, as well as human cruelty, Trible shows how these neglected stories—interpreted in memoriam —challenge both the misogyny of Scripture and its use in church, synagogue, and academy.
On a practical note, pastors should read this.
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The Extravagance of Violence 4. Consider who might be in similar or parallel situations today, and how you might be able to speak up for them, as we wish we could have spoken up for Hagar, Tamar, the unnamed woman and the daughter of Jephthah.
It changed the way I read the Bible, specifically Judges.
Violence dans la Bible.