7 edition of A Question of Sex? Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond (Hebrew Bible Monographs) found in the catalog.
September 13, 2007
by Sheffield Phoenix Press Ltd
Written in English
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Fully Alive: A Biblical Vision of Gender That Frees Men and Women to Live Beyond Stereotypes Readers will discover that God created male and female to relate in gender-specific ways to make a difference in others by displaying God's relational character. There's plenty in this book to call into question the shortsighted analyses of both/5(80). Bedrooms and Battlefields: Hebrew Bible and the Origins of Sex, Gender, and Ethnicity. 4 Hours. Considers stories from Hebrew Scripture in English translation, beginning with the Garden of Eden through the Book of Ruth, asking how these foundational narratives establish the categories that have come to define our humanity.
Really, no more than one one-thousandth of the New Testament text is in question. 4. We come to the Bible knowing the unique importance of the Book of Genesis. a. The Bible would be incomplete and perhaps incomprehensible without the Book of Genesis. It sets the stage for the entire drama of redemption, which unfolds in the rest of the book. b. Third gender or third sex is a concept in which individuals are categorized, either by themselves or by society, as neither man nor is also a social category present in societies that recognize three or more term third is usually understood to mean "other"; some anthropologists and sociologists have described fourth, fifth, and "some" genders.
At the same time, it does discuss extensively what it means to be a man and a woman in a Biblical sense. And once we come to that understanding, that despite all the discussion on gender nowadays, the book rises far above just a surface discussion (or any attack) on gender issues and get to heart of Biblical manhood and womanhood/5(89). Sawyer, D. F., , A Question of Sex? Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond. Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond. Sheffield: Phoenix Press.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Methodological considerations --Gender criticism: a new discipline in Biblical Studies or feminism in disguise?/ Deborah F.
Sawyer --Gender in law and ritual --The bare facts: gender and nakedness in Leviticus 18 / Deborah W. Rooke --Gender critical observations on tripartite. Hebrew Bible Monographs, Buy this book now from SBL: Description: Gender differences between men and women are not just a matter of sexual differentiation; the roles that men and women play are also socially and culturally determined, in ancient Israel and post-biblical Judaism as in every other context.
That is the theme of these ten studies. Read "A Question of Sex. Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond, Biblical Interpretation" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. "A Question of Sex.
Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond" published on 01 Jan by : Erin Runions. A Question of Sex. Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond Rooke, D. (ed.),Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press. (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 14) Research output: Book/Report › BookAuthor: Deborah Rooke.
"Their Heart Cried Out to God: Gender and Prayer in the Book of Lamentations." In A Question of Sex. Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond, edited by Deborah W. Rooke, 53– Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Phoenix Press, Sheffield Phoenix Press Ltd.
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Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond Edited by Deborah W. Rooke Publication Date: October New Seals and Inscriptions, Hebrew, Idumean, and Cuneiform Edited by Meir Lubetski Publication Date: October Between the Text and the Canvas.
A Question of Sex. Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond Rooke, D. (ed.),Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press. (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 14) Research output: Book/Report › BookAuthor: Deborah W Rooke. This is the second volume in the sub-series King's College London Studies in the Bible and Gender.
The first was A Question of Sex: Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond (). Deborah W. Rooke is Lecturer in Old Testament Studies, King’s College, London. The Hebrew Bible is a composite document containing a variety of types of literature, reflecting the attitudes and concerns of numerous authors writing in very different times and places.
An example of such significant diversity as it applies to women is evident in the two creation stories placed at Author: Judith Baskin. But it was the field-changing Butler that pushed the study of gender beyond the focus of previous feminist analysis, the latter being viewed as limiting in its preoccupation with women and females.
Butler’s criticism, in fact, was that feminists ended up reaffirming many of the same oppressive structures (for example, patriarchy) that. Vol 6, No 1 () Bible and Critical Theory. Table of Contents Editorial. Editorial. Julie Kelso PDF.
A Question of Sex. Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond. Roland Boer PDF. Review of Christl M. Maier, Daughter Zion, Mother Zion: Gender, Space and the Sacred in Ancient Israel Hollywood's Bible and Beyond.
Eric Repphun. Jonathan L. Walton, the Plummer Professor of Christian Morals and Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church of Harvard University, offers a fresh perspective on the Bible’s overarching message of justice in his new book “A Lens of Love: Reading the Bible in Its World for Our World.”.
In a time when some use the Bible as a weapon to reinforce outdated views on topics such as sex and gender Author: Jeffrey Blackwell. The God portrayed in the Hebrew Bible, though God's portrayal varies somewhat by book, is not the same as most people's modern conception of what God is.
We tend to read into the biblical text what we believe God to be. However, there are several examples in the Bible itself that show that God is not "all knowing" in biblical theology. Gender and Judaism is a radical, emerging subfield at the intersection of gender studies and Jewish studies.
Gender studies centers on interdisciplinary research on the phenomenon of gender. It focuses on cultural representations of gender and people's lived experience. Jewish studies is a field that looks at Jews and Judaism, through such. In the Babylonian myth, the serpent, Ningishzida, is a friend to Adapa who helps him in his search for immortality.
In Genesis, the serpent is the enemy of Adam, trying to trick him out of the chance to understand good and evil by developing a moral sense and thus becoming fully human. Carnal Israel: Reading Sex in Talmudic Culture. Berkeley: This book discusses rabbinic attitudes to sex, using the methodology of intertextually.
The book is sympathetic both to rabbinic Judaism and the feminist cause and suggests many very attractive readings of rabbinic sources. Brooten, Bernadette. If you believe that the Bible is the word of God, inspired and preserved, you need to decide which Bible is the Bible God has preserved, as He said He would in Scripture.
That is not an easy task these days and most of us have not investigated beyond asking someone we trust or like for their recommendation. A note about gender in translating Hebrew. The Hebrew language has two grammatical genders, “masculine” and “feminine.” As in other languages with grammatical gender, Hebrew grammatical gender is completely unrelated to “real-life” gender.
For example, in Hebrew, a book is masculine; a library is feminine. 1 Ephesians2 In this essay I will be interacting primarily with the evangelical feminist interpretation of Genesis in Gilbert Bilezikian, Beyond Sex Roles: A Guide for the Study of Female Roles in the Bible (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, ) and Aida Bensanon Spencer, Beyond the Curse: Women Called to Ministry (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, ).Overview.
As you explore with Gladys Hunt the stories of 12 Old Testament women, you will come to understand the far-reaching consequences of your own everyday choices and actions.
Hebrew here is like the rest. And also like the rest, there are occasional exceptions to the principle of agreement in the Hebrew Bible (see Gesenius’ Hebrew Grammar, ), but the Book of Psalms is exceptionally regular on the matter of gender : Kent Brandenburg.