Birthing salvation : gender and class in early Christian childbearing discourse / by Anna Rebecca Solevag.

By: Solevag, Anna Rebecca
Material type: TextTextSeries: Biblical interpretation series: 121.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013Description: xiv, 287 p. ; 25 cmISBN: 9789004254978 (hardback : alk. paper); 9004254978 (hardback : alk. paper)Subject(s): Salvation -- Biblical teaching | Salvation -- Christianity | Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Christian literature, Early -- History and criticism | Childbirth -- Biblical teaching | Childbirth -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BS2545.S25 | S64 2013Summary: In 'Birthing Salvation' Anna Rebecca Solevåg explores the theme of childbearing in early Christian discourse. The book maps the importance of women's childbearing in Greco-Roman culture and shows how childbearing discourse interfaces with salvation discourse in three early Christian texts: the Pastoral Epistles, the Acts of Andrew and the Martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicitas. Issues of gender and class are explored through an intersectional analysis. In particular, the institution of slavery, and its implications for ideas about salvation in these texts are drawn out. Birthing Salvation offers fresh interpretations of these texts, including the peculiar statement in 1 Tim 2:15 that women "will be saved through childbearing."
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In 'Birthing Salvation' Anna Rebecca Solevåg explores the theme of childbearing in early Christian discourse. The book maps the importance of women's childbearing in Greco-Roman culture and shows how childbearing discourse interfaces with salvation discourse in three early Christian texts: the Pastoral Epistles, the Acts of Andrew and the Martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicitas. Issues of gender and class are explored through an intersectional analysis. In particular, the institution of slavery, and its implications for ideas about salvation in these texts are drawn out. Birthing Salvation offers fresh interpretations of these texts, including the peculiar statement in 1 Tim 2:15 that women "will be saved through childbearing."

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