Reading Other Peoples' Texts

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Preface
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations 1. “Social Identity and Scriptural Interpretation: An Introduction” -
Ken Brown, Whitworth University, USA 2. “Boundaries and Bridges: Journeys of a Postcolonial Feminist in Biblical Studies” -
Musa W. Dube, University of Botswana, Republic of Botswana 3. “Reading without History,” -
Michael Satlow, Brown University, USA 4. “What Happens to Precursor Texts in Their Successors?” -
Robert L. Brawley, McCormick Theological Seminary, USA 5. “Redaction as Reception: Genesis 34 as Case Study,” -
Alison Joseph, Jewish Theological Seminary, USA 6. “Between Our Ancestors and the Other: Negotiating Identity in the Early Reception of the Water from the Rock” -
Ken Brown, Whitworth University, USA 7. “Abrahamic Identity in Paul and
Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum” -
Kyle Wells, Westmont College, USA 8. “Heracles between Slavery and Freedom: Subversive Textual Appropriation in Philo of Alexandria” -
Courtney Friesen, University of Arizona, USA 9. “Perspectives on a Pluriform Classic” -
Choon-Leong Seow, Vanderbilt Divinity School, USA 10. “Iconoclastic Readings: Othering in Isaiah 44 and in Its Reception in Biblical Scholarship,” -
Sonja Ammann, University of Basel, Switzerland 11. “Biblical Scholarship’s Ethos of Respect: Original Meanings, Original Texts, and the Reception History of Ecclesiastes,” -
Brennan Breed, Columbia Theological Seminary, USA Bibliography Index

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Social Identity and the Reception of Authoritative Traditions

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  • Reading Other Peoples' Texts
  • Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Abbreviations 1. “Social Identity and Scriptural Interpretation: An Introduction” -
    Ken Brown, Whitworth University, USA 2. “Boundaries and Bridges: Journeys of a Postcolonial Feminist in Biblical Studies” -
    Musa W. Dube, University of Botswana, Republic of Botswana 3. “Reading without History,” -
    Michael Satlow, Brown University, USA 4. “What Happens to Precursor Texts in Their Successors?” -
    Robert L. Brawley, McCormick Theological Seminary, USA 5. “Redaction as Reception: Genesis 34 as Case Study,” -
    Alison Joseph, Jewish Theological Seminary, USA 6. “Between Our Ancestors and the Other: Negotiating Identity in the Early Reception of the Water from the Rock” -
    Ken Brown, Whitworth University, USA 7. “Abrahamic Identity in Paul and
    Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum” -
    Kyle Wells, Westmont College, USA 8. “Heracles between Slavery and Freedom: Subversive Textual Appropriation in Philo of Alexandria” -
    Courtney Friesen, University of Arizona, USA 9. “Perspectives on a Pluriform Classic” -
    Choon-Leong Seow, Vanderbilt Divinity School, USA 10. “Iconoclastic Readings: Othering in Isaiah 44 and in Its Reception in Biblical Scholarship,” -
    Sonja Ammann, University of Basel, Switzerland 11. “Biblical Scholarship’s Ethos of Respect: Original Meanings, Original Texts, and the Reception History of Ecclesiastes,” -
    Brennan Breed, Columbia Theological Seminary, USA Bibliography Index