New paradigms for Bible study : the Bible in the third millennium / edited by Robert M. Fowler, Edith Blumhofer, and Fernando F. Segovia.

Contributor(s): Fowler, Robert M | Blumhofer, Edith Waldvogel | Segovia, Fernando F
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : T & T Clark International, c2004Description: xi, 287 p. : ill. ; 23 cmISBN: 0567026604 (pbk.)Subject(s): Bible -- Study and teachingLOC classification: BS600.3 | .N48 2004
Contents:
Foreword: the challenge of new paradigms for Bible study / Robert M. Fowler -- 1. This is not a Bible: dispelling the mystique of words for the future of biblical interpretation / A. K. M. Adam -- 2. Digital media as cultural metaphor / Robert S. Fortner -- 3. Entering sacred digital space: seeking to distinguish the dreamer and the dream / Richard Thieme -- 4. The second coming of holy writ: niche Bibles and the manufacture of market segments / Mark Fackler -- 5. Packaging the word, peddling holy writ: canongate and their pocket-sized Bibles / R. S. Sugirtharajah -- 6. "Hidden in plain view": postcolonial interrogations, a poetics of location, and African American biblical scholarship / Abraham Smith -- 7. Finding a home for Ruth: gender, sexuality, and the politics of otherness / Kwok Pui-lan -- 8. Bible translation and ethnic mobilization in Africa / Lamin Sanneh -- 9. Evangelicals and the Bible: yesterday, today, and tomorrow / John G. Stackhouse, Jr. -- 10. The Bible and popular culture: engaging sacred text in a world of others / Mary E. Hess -- 11. Rethinking local Bible study in a postmodern era / Randy G. Litchfield -- Afterword: between the past and what has nearly arrived / Martin E. Marty.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword: the challenge of new paradigms for Bible study / Robert M. Fowler -- 1. This is not a Bible: dispelling the mystique of words for the future of biblical interpretation / A. K. M. Adam -- 2. Digital media as cultural metaphor / Robert S. Fortner -- 3. Entering sacred digital space: seeking to distinguish the dreamer and the dream / Richard Thieme -- 4. The second coming of holy writ: niche Bibles and the manufacture of market segments / Mark Fackler -- 5. Packaging the word, peddling holy writ: canongate and their pocket-sized Bibles / R. S. Sugirtharajah -- 6. "Hidden in plain view": postcolonial interrogations, a poetics of location, and African American biblical scholarship / Abraham Smith -- 7. Finding a home for Ruth: gender, sexuality, and the politics of otherness / Kwok Pui-lan -- 8. Bible translation and ethnic mobilization in Africa / Lamin Sanneh -- 9. Evangelicals and the Bible: yesterday, today, and tomorrow / John G. Stackhouse, Jr. -- 10. The Bible and popular culture: engaging sacred text in a world of others / Mary E. Hess -- 11. Rethinking local Bible study in a postmodern era / Randy G. Litchfield -- Afterword: between the past and what has nearly arrived / Martin E. Marty.

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