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Revelation: Vision of a Just World (Proclamation Commentaries)

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Paperback, 150 pages
Published January 6th 1998 by Fortress Press (first published January 6th 1991)
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Fede Boccacci
Jun 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Un excelente equilibrio entre comentario del texto e interpretación. No solo comenta el texto, sino también la hermenéutica utilizada para interpretar.
Las conclusiones desde su lectura feminista y liberacionista son muy interesantes.

También lee los textos en relación a elementos de la literatura extrabíblica y de la dinámica imperial.
Neil
I liked this book, but the last chapter nearly ruined it for me (especially the last ten pages or so). The first chapter was "bad" (hard) enough to understand, but that last chapter! Overall, though, it was an interesting read. It was not as "bad" as I thought it might turn out (based on some comments she makes right away in the first chapter), so that was a relief. I thought she did provide good inside in the middle of the book; there was a lot of "spiritual meat" and cogent points made through ...more
David
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Her exegesis was pretty solid but I didn't like the conclusion where she is standing in judgment of John and his message. I'd much rather have the Scriptures correct me.
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Born Elisabeth Schüssler in Tășnad, in the Transylvanian region of the Kingdom of Romania, Professor Schüssler Fiorenza is a German feminist, theologian and Professor of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School. Schüssler Fiorenza identifies as Catholic and her work is generally in the context of Christianity, although much of her work has broader applicability.

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