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  • Author(s) Janet Martin Soskice
  • SubtitleMetaphor, Gender, and Religious Language
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  • Published30th September 2008
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198269502

Metaphor, Gender, and Religious Language

Fathers, sons, brothers, kings. Does the predominantly masculine symbolism of the Biblical writings exclude women or overlook the riches of their spiritual life? If Christ is 'the second Adam' and the one on whom all Christian life must be patterned, then what about Eve? This book from a leading scholar of religious language and feminism opens up the Bible's imagery for sex, gender, and kinship and does so by discussing its place in the central teachings of
Christian theology: the doctrine of God and spirituality, Imago Dei and anthropology, Creation, Christology and the Cross, the Trinity, and eschatology.

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  • Author(s) Janet Martin Soskice
  • SubtitleMetaphor, Gender, and Religious Language
  • Edition
  • Published30th September 2008
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198269502

Metaphor, Gender, and Religious Language

Fathers, sons, brothers, kings. Does the predominantly masculine symbolism of the Biblical writings exclude women or overlook the riches of their spiritual life? If Christ is 'the second Adam' and the one on whom all Christian life must be patterned, then what about Eve? This book from a leading scholar of religious language and feminism opens up the Bible's imagery for sex, gender, and kinship and does so by discussing its place in the central teachings of
Christian theology: the doctrine of God and spirituality, Imago Dei and anthropology, Creation, Christology and the Cross, the Trinity, and eschatology.
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