A Feminist Companion to Luke
The third volume in this series deals with Lukan themes in feminist perspectives. The fourteeen essays from an international authorship cover a range of issues, including Imperial Masculinity, Mary and Asceticism, Martha in the Kitchen and Reading Luke 15 with Arab Chistian Women. The list of contributors includes Robert Karris, Mary Rose D'Angelo, Brigitte Kahl, Turd Karlsen Seim, Barbara Reid, Teresa Hornsby, Ben Witherington III, Esther DeBoer, Veronica Koperski, Loveday Alexander, Warren Carter, Pamela Thimmes, Carol Schersten Lahurd and Maris-Luisa Rigato. The volume also includes an introduction by the editor, and a bibloigraphy.
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Esther A de Boer
Robert J Karris
and the Deployment of Women in the Early Second Century
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