The Shining Garment of the Text: Gendered Readings of John's Prologue
This is a study of biblical reading from a woman-centred perspective. Its specific focus is the prologue of John's Gospal and its interpretation in Christian tradition. In this book, Jasper takes the prologue of John's Gospal as a case-study in feminist biblical analysis.
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