Union Seminary Quarterly Review, volume 43, issue 1-4 (1989)

Acknowledgements, v

Ad Feminam: A Beginning, vii

“Protestant Feminists and the Bible: On the Horns of a Dilemma” by Mary Ann Tolbert, 1

“Murder They Wrote: Ideology and the Manipulation of Female Presence in Biblical Narrative” by J. Cheryl Exum, 19

“A Pleasure of Her Text” by Alice Bach, 41

“Sheba and Solomon” by Dory Previn, 59

“A Heifer From Thy Stable: On Goddesses and the Status of Women in the Ancient Near East” by Carole R. Fontaine, 67

“Human Persons as Images of the Divine: A Reconsideration” by Ellen M. Ross, 93

“Recalling Women’s prayers” by Nina Beth Cardin, 113

“The Socio-Religious Ethical Tradition of Black Women: Implications for the Black Church’s Role in Black Liberation” by Marica Y. Riggs, 119

““Who Does What to Whom?”: The Psychology of the Oppressor” by Elizabeth Janeway, 133

“The Evasion of Otherness: A Problem for Feminist Moral Reconstruction” by Ruth L. Smith, 145

“The Politics of Identity and the Politics of Interpretation” by Sheila Briggs, 163

“The Chinese Christian Three-Self Movement: A Model of Solidarity for Women” by Antoinette Clark Wire, 181

“Produce or Perish: A Feminist Critique of Generativity” by Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore, 201

Book Reviews, 223

“did jesus have a baby sister?” by Dory Previn, 233

About the Contributors, 235


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