A Feminist Companion to Mark
A Feminist Companion to Mark  -     By: Amy-Jill Levine
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A Feminist Companion to Mark, edited and introduced by A.-J. Levine of Vanderbilt University (with Marianne Blickenstaff), is the second volume of a new series covering the texts and history of Christian origins, featuring contributions by new as well as established scholars, with both previously published work and new essays. In some cases, scholars have invited to re-visit their earlier work; in others they have sought to apply their earlier insights to new texts. This volume includes contributions by Kathleen Corley, Wendy Cotter, Joanna Dewey, Hisako Kinukawa, Deborah Krause, Dennis R. MacDonald, Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, Victoia Phillips, Ranjini Wickramaratne Rebera, Sharon H. Ringe and Marianne Sawicki.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 300
Vendor: Bloomsbury Academic
Publication Date: 2001
ISBN: 1841271942
ISBN-13: 9781841271941
Series: Feminist Companion to the New Testament and Early Christian Writings

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A Feminist Companion to Mark is the second volume of a new series covering the texts and history of Christian origins.There are 11 essays including: Kathleen Corley: Slaves, Servants and Prostitues: Gender and Social Class in Mark; Wendy Cotter: MarkÆs Hero of the Twelfth Year Miracles: The Healing of the Woman with the Hemorrhage and the raising of JairusÆs Daughter (Mark 5.21-43); Joanna Dewey: ôLet Them Renounce Themselves and Take Up Their Crossö: A Feminist Reading of Mark 8.34 in MarkÆs Social and Narrative World; Hisako Kinukawa: Women Disciples of Jesus (15.40-41, 15.47, 16.1); Dennis MacDonald: Renowned Far and Wide: the Women who Annointed Odysseus and Jesus; Elizabeth Struthers Malbon: The Poor Widow in Mark and her Poor Rich Readers; Victoria Phillips: The Failure of the Women Who Followed Jesus in the Gospel of Mark; Ranjini Wickramaratne Rebera: The Syrophoenician Woman: A South Asian Feminist Perspective; Sharon H. Ringe: A Gentle WomanÆs Story, Revisited: Rereading Mark 7.24-31a; and Marianne Sawicki: Making Jesus; and an introduction by the editor.

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