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Dinah's Lament: The Biblical Legacy of Sexual Violence in Christian Interpretation


Editore: Fortress, 1954
ISBN 10: 0800638433 / ISBN 13: 9780800638436
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Titolo: Dinah's Lament: The Biblical Legacy of ...

Casa editrice: Fortress

Data di pubblicazione: 1954

Legatura: Hardback

Condizione libro: Fine

Condizione sovraccoperta: Fine

Tipologia articolo: Binding tight, text unmarked


~No ownership marks. Illustrations. As new. With dustwrapper. Size: 596pp. Codice inventario libreria AA2037

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Riassunto: "Dinah's Lament" studies the ways Christians have read six biblical narratives about sexual violence, using biblical commentary, homilies, and devotional writings as a window into the history of the church's attitudes about rape. Schroeder analyzes the patterns of Christian interpretation from the early church through the Reformation, and shows that traditions of interpretation are often more disturbing and horrifying than the texts themselves. Her work raises important questions about the way Christian readers continue to shield the Bible from criticism and to reinforce patterns of subjugation, silencing, and violence against women.An introduction addresses the physical, emotional, and social effects of rape and sexual violence on women in the early church, Middle Ages, and Reformation, and summarizes Christian patterns of interpretation including allegorical, moral, and literal - historical approaches to the Bible. Subsequent chapters discuss early Christian accounts in which virgin martyrs were divinely protected from rape; interpretations of Genesis 34 that effectively blamed Dinah for her own rape (with the remarkable exception of Martin Luther); the importance of Christian voices, especially medieval women like Hildegard of Bingen and Hrotswitha of Gandersheim, that insisted on the innocence of rape victims and lamented the violation of women's bodies; and more.

L'autore: Joy A Schroeder is Assistant Professor of Church History at Trinity Lutheran Seminary and Professor of Theology and Religion at Trinity and at Capital University, Ohio. She is the author of numerous articles on the representations of sexuality in religious literature and art.

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