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Reading Ruth for the sake of poor rural women : a bosadi womanhood approach.
This study posits that a deconstructive socio-historical reading of Ruth will elicit aspects of ancient Israelite women’s agency which can then be used to inspire greater socio-economic agency amongst poor rural women ...
A convocation house (Prrngawan) biblical interpretation and TYCM tribal postcolonial concerns reading Genesis 2:4b~25 with TYCM ordinary tribal readers.
The thesis is concerned about the postcolonial context of the minority tribal people, the Taiwan Yuen-Chu-Min (台灣原住民, TYCM), in Taiwan. The argument of this thesis includes two parts: Part one provides the background ...
For the Bible tells me so? An explorative study of children's critical and theological ability to engage with the Bible, using a contextual Bible study, on the Widow's offering in Mark 12 as a case study.
The flat narratives presented in Children’s Bibles typify the assumption that children are incapable of engaging theologically and critically with the Biblical texts. The manner in which Biblical stories are told to children ...
An investigation into the images of the Virgin Mary held by select Anglican women clerics in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, with respect to selected historical developments in Mariology.
This exploratory study examines the question of Mariology in the Anglican Church in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It focuses on how Anglican women priests relate to the Virgin Mary within the patriarchal structures and ...