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by Joy A. Schroeder

eBook Deborah's Daughters: Gender Politics and Biblical Interpretation epub
  • ISBN: 0199991049
  • Author: Joy A. Schroeder
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (March 31, 2014)
  • Pages: 384 pages
  • ePUB size: 1847 kb
  • FB2 size 1685 kb
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This book investigates how Deborah’s story has been used in gender debates throughout history.

Through the centuries, her story disturbed readers’ traditional assumptions about women’s roles. This book investigates how Deborah’s story has been used in gender debates throughout history

Gender Politics and Biblical Interpretation. Schroeder shows how Deborah's story has fueled gender debates throughout history.

Gender Politics and Biblical Interpretation. Numerous women-and men who supported women's aspirations to leadership-used Deborah's narrative to justify female claims to political and religious authority.

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The biblical Deborah is no ordinary woman. Scripture characterizes her as a prophet, judge, poet, and divinely-inspired military strategist.

New York: Oxford University, 2014. Schroeder examines a wealth of primary texts spanning over 2,000 years, beginning with the earliest patristic homilies on Judges and concluding with such unconventional texts as 21st-century lesbian fictional retellings of Deborah's biography.

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Deborah portrayed in Gustave Doré's illustrations for La Grande Bible de Tours (1865). The Song of Deborah is found in Judges 5:2–31 and is a victory hymn, sung by Deborah and Barak, about the defeat of Canaanite adversaries by some of the tribes of Israel. Schroeder, Joy A.

Joy A. Schroeder offers the first in-depth exploration of the biblical story of Deborah, an authoritative judge, prophet, and war leader. For centuries, Deborah's story has challenged readers' traditional assumptions about the place of women in society.Schroeder shows how Deborah's story has fueled gender debates throughout history. An examination of the prophetess's journey through nearly two thousand years of Jewish and Christian interpretation reveals how the biblical account of Deborah was deployed against women, for women, and by women who aspired to leadership roles in religious communities and society. Numerous women-and men who supported women's aspirations to leadership-used Deborah's narrative to justify female claims to political and religious authority. Opponents to women's public leadership endeavored to define Deborah's role as "private" or argued that she was a divinely authorized exception, not to be emulated by future generations of women.Deborah's Daughters provides crucial new insight into the history of women in Judaism and Christianity, and into women's past and present roles in the church, synagogue, and society.
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