Rebuilding a Tradition of Female Biblical Interpretation

by Kristin Du Mez. Kristin Du Mez wrote this piece for Women's History Month, featuring a few of her favorite women in the history of female biblical interpretation. The dearth of female authors in contemporary theological and biblical studies has been the subject of recent discussion and lament. There is of course a long tradition …

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Is There A Place for Medieval Exegesis in Evangelical Christianity?

by Frans van Liere. When I tell people that I just finished writing an introduction to the medieval Bible, I usually receive varied reactions. The prevailing sentiment is that research on the medieval Bible is at best quaint, perhaps even interesting in an outlandish kind of way, but hardly relevant for modern believers. Does it matter …

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