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Elsa Tamez, Cynthia Briggs Kittredge, Claire Miller Columbo, Alicia J. Batten
Philippians lends itself to a political-ideological reading. To take into account that the document is a writing from prison, and to read it from a political-religious and feminist perspective using n ...
Denise Dombkowski Hopkins
Many readers are convinced that the Psalms are hopelessly "masculine," especially given that seventy-three of the 150 psalms begin with headings linking them to King David. In this volume, Denise Domb ...
Song-Mi Suzie Park
The Second Book of Kings-a book whose very title seems to assert the prerogative of male rule-is in fact filled with fascinating female characters as well as issues related to gender. In this commenta ...
Florence M. Gillman, Mary Ann Beavis, HyeRan Kim-Cragg
When Paul wrote First Thessalonians shortly after the recipients had accepted the Gospel, many significant issues had already arisen among them. Of great concern was the social complexity, and even pe ...
Barbara E. Reid, OP, and Shelly Matthews
Because there are more women in the Gospel of Luke than in any other gospel, feminists have given it much attention. In this commentary, Shelly Matthews and Barbara Reid show that feminist analysis d ...
Mary L. Coloe
Teaching and researching the Gospel of John for thirty years has led author Mary L. Coloe to an awareness of the importance of the wisdom literature to make sense of Johannine theology, language, and ...
Barbara E. Reid, OP and Shelly Matthews
Because there are more women in the Gospel of Luke than in any other gospel, feminists have given it much attention. In this commentary, Shelly Matthews and Barbara Reid show that feminist analysis de ...
Nancy L. deClaissé-Walford
2021 Catholic Media Association Award second place award in academic studies In this close reading of Psalms 90-150, Nancy L. deClaissé-Walford discovers meanings in the Psalms that were "there all ...
Mary L. Coloe
2022 Catholic Media Association honorable mention in scripture: academic studies Teaching and researching the Gospel of John for thirty years has led author Mary L. Coloe to an awareness of the impor ...
Baruch and the Letter of Jeremiah are among the so-called deuterocanonical books of the Bible, part of the larger Catholic biblical canon. Except for a short article in the Women's Bible Commentary, n ...
Linda M. Maloney and Ivoni Richter Reimer; Afterword by Willie James Jennings
The Acts of the Apostles, the earliest work of its kind to have survived from Christian antiquity, is not “history” in the modern sense, nor is it about what we call “the church.” Written at least hal ...
The Academy of Parish Clergy 2020 Reference Book of the Year 2020 Association of Catholic Publishers first place award in Scripture 2020 Catholic Press Association third place award for best new relig ...
Antoinette Clark Wire
2020 Catholic Press Association honorable mention award for gender issues, inclusion in the churchWhen 2 Corinthians is read as a whole in the early manuscripts, we hear a distraught and defensive Pau ...
Reading Haggai and Malachi in conversation with feminist theory, rhetorical criticism, and masculinity studies reveals two communities in different degrees of crisis. The prophet Haggai successfully p ...
S. Tamar Kamionkowski
The book of Leviticus provides two different theologies related to God's presence within ancient Israel. Leviticus 1-16 was written by an elite caste of priests (P), and Leviticus 17-26 (H) was added ...