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Studies in Bible and Feminist Criticism, Studies in Bible and Feminist Criticism, 0827607989, 0-8276-0798-9, 978-0-8276-0798-9, 9780827607989, Tikva Frymer-Kensky , A JPS Scholar of Distinction Book, Studies in Bible and Feminist Criticism, 0827609973, 0-8276-0997-3, 978-0-8276-0997-6, 9780827609976, Tikva Frymer-Kensky , A JPS Scholar of Distinction Boo

Studies in Bible and Feminist Criticism
Tikva Frymer-Kensky

hardcover
2006. 350 pp.
978-0-8276-0798-9
$30.00 t
 

A JPS Scholar of Distinction title

The best writings of the long and distinguished career of renowned feminist Bible scholar Tikva Frymer-Kensky Each of the 30 essays here delves into a topic that gives us much food for thought: the Bible as interpreted through ancient Near-Eastern creation myths, flood myths, and goddess myths; gender in the Bible; the feminist approach to Jewish law; comparative Jewish and Christian perspectives on the Hebrew Bible; biblical perspectives on ecology; creating a theology of healing; feminine God-talk. The volume concludes with the author’s own original prayers in the form of poetic meditations on pregnancy and birthing. This book is unique, not only because it is the only volume in the JPS Scholar of Distinction series written by a woman, but also because Frymer-Kensky’s personal and forthright voice resonates so clearly throughout each piece. Scholars and students of Bible, Jewish studies, and women’s studies will surely find this to be a one-of-a kind collection.

Tikva Frymer-Kensky was a professor of Hebrew Bible and the History of Judaism at the University of Chicago Divinity School. Her areas of specialization included Assyriology and Sumerology, biblical studies, Jewish studies, and women and religion. She was the author of Reading the Women of the Bible (which received a Koret Jewish Book Award in 2002 and a National Jewish Book Award in 2003), In the Wake of the Goddesses, and Motherprayer.

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