» » Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark: A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority (Studies in Women and Religion)

Download Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark: A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority (Studies in Women and Religion) fb2

by Lydia Neufeld Harder
Download Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark: A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority (Studies in Women and Religion) fb2
Bible Study & Reference
  • Author:
    Lydia Neufeld Harder
  • ISBN:
    0889203059
  • ISBN13:
    978-0889203051
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Wilfrid Laurier University Press (October 26, 1998)
  • Pages:
    184 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Bible Study & Reference
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1783 kb
  • ePUB format
    1516 kb
  • DJVU format
    1276 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    648
  • Formats:
    lit lrf mbr docx


Start by marking Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark: A. .Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark: A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority (Studies in Women i.

Start by marking Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark: A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark: A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority (Studies in Women in Religion Series, Vol 5). ISBN.

Studies in Women and Religion/Études sur les femmes et la religion 5. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1998. Chapters two and three deal descriptively with biblical authority in the faith tradition and with feminist theological thought. The genesis of this book was as an experiment in feminist thought (ix). Born out of Harder’s personal struggle in the context of the faith tradition while embracing the challenges of feminist theological writing, this volume explores the nature of biblical authority. Both a critical and a constructive model of theology are incorporated here.

Lydia Neufeld Harder explores these questions from the vantage point of a.This new view opens the way for an interpretation of the Gospel of Mark.

Lydia Neufeld Harder explores these questions from the vantage point of a scholar, a feminist and a member of a faith community. A hermeneutics of obedience, rising out of the Mennonite theological tradition, and a hermeneutics of suspicion, advocated by many feminist theologians, seem to represent opposite approaches to the Bible’s authority. A new appreciation of both the power and the vulnerability of the biblical text leads to a view of authority that embraces both suspicion and obedience in a dynamic interpretative process. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Harder, Lydia Neufeld. The Theology of the Gospel of Mark. by: Telford, W. R. Published: (1999).

Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark : A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Mark As Story : Retrospect and Prospect. by: Iverson, Kelly R. Published: (2011).

Voices and Echoes: Canadian Women’s Spirituality – електронна книга, написана от Jo-Anne Elder, Colin O’Connell, Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion. Прочетете я посредством приложението Google Play Книги на компютъра си или на устройство. Прочетете я посредством приложението Google Play Книги на компютъра си или на устройство с Android или iOS. Изтеглете „Voices and Echoes: Canadian Women’s Spirituality, за да четете офлайн, да откроявате текст, да добавяте отметки или да си водите бележки по време на четене.

Lydia Neufeld Harder explores these questions from the vantage point of a scholar, a feminist and a member of a.This new view opens the way for an interpretation of the Gospel of Mark

Lydia Neufeld Harder explores these questions from the vantage point of a scholar, a feminist and a member of a faith community.

History of religions criticism

History of religions criticism. Types of biblical hermeneutics. Literal interpretation. Probably contemporaneous with Q, it has no direct connection with it. The Passion narrative comprises 40 percent of Mark, and, from chapter 8, verse 27, onward, there is heavy reference forward to the Passion. Though the author of Mark is probably unknown, authority is traditionally derived from a supposed connection with the Apostle Peter, who had transmitted the traditions before his martyr death under Nero’s persecution (c. 64–65).

Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus

Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus. The gospels of the New Testament, written toward the last quarter of the first century AD, often mention Jesus speaking to women publicly and openly against the social norms of the time. From the beginning, Jewish women disciples, including Mary Magdalene, Joanna, and Susanna, had accompanied Jesus during his ministry and supported him out of their private means.

A Mennonite-Feminist Exploration of Biblical Authority.

How do our social, political and religious commitments influence our interpretation of biblical texts? Are obedience and suspicion necessarily opposite ways to respond to the authority of the Bible? Can one criticize and be transformed at the same time?

Lydia Neufeld Harder explores these questions from the vantage point of a scholar, a feminist and a member of a faith community. A hermeneutics of obedience, rising out of the Mennonite theological tradition, and a hermeneutics of suspicion, advocated by many feminist theologians, seem to represent opposite approaches to the Bible’s authority. The resulting polarization could easily have led to static definitions of authority and the subtle domination of those who differ from the majority. However, by focusing on the common theological concept of discipleship, Harder has constructed a critical dialogue, beginning a process of creative change in her own view of authority.

This new view opens the way for an interpretation of the Gospel of Mark. A new appreciation of both the power and the vulnerability of the biblical text leads to a view of authority that embraces both suspicion and obedience in a dynamic interpretative process.