The Third Gospel for the Third World
This series deals with questions raised by sociological, anthropological, cultural, feminist, and other recent approaches to the gospels; it also considers recent findings of literary criticism. Highlighted topics include family, tribe, clan, the conditions of peasant life, honor, and shame. These books make available to all Christians a biblical commentary that ties the third gospel to current Third World situations.
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