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Daily Archives: March 8, 2011
Nicholson’s Summary of Rendtorff’s Supplementary Hypothesis
I’m continuing my way through Ernest Nicholson’s The Pentateuch in the Twentieth Century. In this post, I will talk about Rolf Rendtorff’s Supplementary Hypothesis of the Pentateuch. According to Rendtorff, independent “complexes of material within the patriarchal material in Genesis … Continue reading
Jacquelyn Grant’s Critique of Rosemary Ruether
For my write-up today of Jacquelyn Grant’s White Women’s Christ and Black Women’s Jesus, I want to quote Dr. Grant’s problem with feminist theologian Rosemary Ruether’s views. It’s on pages 145-146: “Both Russell and Ruether re-examine the tradition for usable … Continue reading
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