Vol 3, No 2 (2007)

Bible and Critical Theory

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Roland Boer

Articles

Power, Eros, and Biblical Genres PDF
Christine Mitchell
Experiential Learning: The Construction of Jonathan in the Narrative of Saul and David PDF
Barbara Green
Location, Location, Location: Tamar in the Joseph Cycle PDF
Judy Fentress-Williams
Liberation Story or Apocalypse? Reading Biblical Allusion and Bakhtin theory in Toni Morrison’s Beloved PDF
Bula Maddison
Wrongly Framed? The ‘David and Jonathan Narrative’ and the Writing of Biblical Homosexuality [sic] PDF
Anthony Heacock

Book Reviews

Review of Jacques Berlinerblau, The Secular Bible PDF PDF
Mark G. Brett
Review of Hugh Pyper, An Unsuitable Book PDF
George Aichele
Review of A. K. M. Adam, Faithful Interpretation
Mark Sneed
Review of Pierre Grelot, The Language of Symbolism PDF
George Aichele
Review of Linda Day and Carolyn Pressler (eds.), Engaging the Bible in a Gendered World PDF
Esther Fuchs
Review of Choi and Darr (eds.), Engaging the Bible PDF
Carolyn J. Sharp
Review of Sandra Polaski, A Feminist Introduction to Paul PDF
Gillian Townsley
Review of Mary Ann Beavis, Jesus and Utopia PDF
Darren Jorgensen
Review of G. Gerlardini (ed.), Hebrews PDF
Christina Petterson
Review of Daniel Bodi, The Michal Affair PDF
Peter D. Miscall
Review of David Penchansky, Twilight of the Gods PDF
Michael Carden
Review of Kim Paffenroth, Gospel of the Living Dead PDF
Richard Walsh


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