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Sex Gender and The Bible
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In God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality PHyllis Trible interprets biblical narratives from a feminist point of view. Addressing her own study she asserts: “By feminism I do not mean a narrow focus on women, but rather a critique of culture in light of misogyny”.
A. Assess this definition of feminist hermeneutics, using examples from other secondary sources that provide a definition of feminist criticism (explicitly or implicitly).
B. Outline possible feminist critique of two stories from the book of Judges
C. A major theme of the course has been the comparison between Greek myth and biblical narratives. Choose one example from the biblical chapters in the syllabus and compare the stories, using at least two secondary sources. It is recommended to use the sources that pertain 

Sex Gender and The Bible

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Paper instructions:
In God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality PHyllis Trible interprets biblical narratives from a feminist point of view. Addressing her own study she asserts: “By feminism I do not mean a narrow focus on women, but rather a critique of culture in light of misogyny”.
A. Assess this definition of feminist hermeneutics, using examples from other secondary sources that provide a definition of feminist criticism (explicitly or implicitly).
B. Outline possible feminist critique of two stories from the book of Judges
C. A major theme of the course has been the comparison between Greek myth and biblical narratives. Choose one example from the biblical chapters in the syllabus and compare the stories, using at least two secondary sources. It is recommended to use the sources that pertain 

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