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Discovering The Bible In The Non Biblical World

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As a Chinese woman, a feminist theologian and a biblical scholar, Pui-lan brings a new perspective and voice to the task of hermeneutics. Her multi-dimensional reading of the Bible draws on a tradition much older than that of the West while it simultaneously incorporates the insights of contemporary feminist and third world theologies.
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Published September 1st 2003 by Wipf & Stock Publishers (first published April 1995)
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