This book is at once an accessible guide to and an engagement with various methods, theories, and critical practices transforming biblical scholarship today. Written by a collective of cutting-edge scholars, the book introduces, illustrates, and critiques seven prominent strategies of reading: rhetorical criticism, narratology, reader-response criticism, feminist criticism, idiological criticism, poststructuralism, and psychoanalytic criticism. Yale University Press, 398 pages. Paperback.
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