Reading the Bible from the Margin
Tác giả: Miguel A. De La Torre
Ký hiệu tác giả: TO-M
DDC: 220.6 - Kinh Thánh - Giải thích và phê bình
Ngôn ngữ: Anh
Số cuốn: 1

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Mã số: 617BC0008671
Nhà xuất bản: Orbis books
Năm xuất bản: 2003
Khổ sách: 21
Số trang: 196
Kho sách: Kho B (Ban Thần)
Tình trạng: Hiện có
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Introduction 1
Liberating the Bible  5
The Bible in the Real World  8
Reading through Others’ Eyes  10
1: Learning to Read 14
The Importance of Words Defining Terms 15
Imposing Twenty-First-Century Meanings on Ancient Texts  17
 Defining Racism  20
 The Factor of Language  24
 A Han Reading 26
Multiple Consciousness 27
 The Center-Margin Dichotomy 31
2: Reading the Bible from the Center 36
A Privileged Reading  38
A Biblical Paradigm for Justifying Privilege 41
Pitfalls in Raising Consciousness  48
Words of Concern  49
 Searching for the Abundant Life  51
3: Unmasking the Biblical Justification of Racism and Classism 55
Justifying Racism  56
Beyond the Black-and-white Dichotomy   58
 AfricanAmericans  59
Amerindians 64
Asians  66
 Jews  68
Justifying Classism  70
Classism from the Margins  76
4: Unmasking the Biblical Justification of Sexism Justifying 82
Patriarchy  83
Sexism from the Margins 91
Feminism among Women of Color  82
Justifying Homophobia  96
Homophobia from the Margins  100
The Hermeneutical Circle 102
5: Who Do You Say I Am?  
The Economically Marginalized Christ 108 A Hispanic Christ 112 An Amerindian Christ 116
An Asian American Christ 119
A Black Christ  121
 A Female Christ 123
A Gay Christ  130
Perceiving the Character of Divinity  132
God Sides with Today’s Crucified People 133
God Is Victorious 135
6: Jesus Saves 136
The Rich Young Ruler, the Sinning Tax Collector, and the Begging Blind Man 139 139
More Than Just Climbing Sycamore Trees I Once Was Blind  143
Of Sheep and Goats 144
Communal Essence of Justice 146
Are You Saved? 148
7: Can’t We All Just Get Along?  
The Dysfunctional Family 152
 Forgive and Forget? 153
Power to Direct the Discourse  154
 Power to Name 155
Power Not to See a Need to Repent  155
Power to Become the “Real” Victim 156
Cheap Forgiveness  158
What the Center Can Learn about the Bible  160
Exodus: God the Liberator 160
 Amos: God the Seeker of Justice 161
The Gospels: God the Doer  165
Acts and the Letters from Paul: God the Subverter 167
The Bible in the Twenty-First Century 170
Notes 173
Bibliography 181
 General Index  185
General Index  194