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Distant Voices Drawing Near: Essays in Honor of Antoinette Clark Wire…
por Holly E. Hearon
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Known for her work in Chinese biblical interpretation, Antoinette Clark Wire was raised in China as the daughter of missionaries and has been in a unique position to work across cultures, bringing into dialogue insights from East and West. Distant Voices Drawing Near is a collection of essays in recognition of Wire's scholarly career. Over the past two and a half decades she has contributed significantly to the field of biblical scholarship. The contributors to this volume reflect the scope of Wire's career. Many are established scholars and some represent those who are carrying insights from Wire's work into the next generation of scholarship. A distinctive feature of the volume is the inclusion of several notable Asian scholars. The volume is divided into four parts, each representing an area to which Wire has made a significant contribution: hermeneutics, setting the text in context, rhetorical studies, and feminist interpretation. These four parts will be unified by a shared focus on the roleof women and cross-cultural studies. Essays and contributors are "Introduction: A Biographical Sketch," by Hugh Wire, with Robert Coote and Mary Howland; " 'What She Has Done, Will be Told ...': Reflections on Writing Feminist History," by Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza; "Phoebe, A Minister in the Early Church," by Sojung Yoon; "Listening to the Voices of the Women," by Holly Hearon and Linda Maloney; "Why Did Sarah Laugh?" by Gina Hens-Piazza; "Metaphor and Ambiguity in Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum: A Cognitive Linguistic Analysis," by Mary Therese DesCamp; "Purity and Holiness of Women and Men in I Corinthians and the Consequences for Feminist Hermeneutics," by Luise Schottroff; "Accusing Whomof What? Hosea's Rhetoric of Promiscuity," by Marvin L. Chaney; 'The Parable of the Ten Virgins (Matthew 25:1-13): The Integrity of Identity and Activity," by Herman C. Waetjen; "Decolonizing Ourselves as Readers and the Sto
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