Daily Archives: March 3, 2011

Completing Noth

I finished Martin Noth’s History of Pentateuchal Traditions.  It’s a very complex book, but what I got out of it was this: There were oral traditions that were associated with localities, and they were deemed to be relevant to the … Continue reading

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Three Approaches to Feminist Theology

On pages 44-45 of White Women’s Christ and Black Women’s Jesus, Jacquelyn Grant refers to three approaches within feminist theology, enumerated by Elizabeth Fiorenza. The first approach believes that “There are some gifts which are unique to the feminine person … Continue reading

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