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patriarchal narratives in current theory. by Otha Lionel Clark

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Published in Chicago .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bible. O.T. Genesis XII-L -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.,
  • Patriarchs (Bible)

Book details:

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LC ClassificationsBS573 .C54
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 111 l.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5083030M
LC Control Number74154101

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Completely dismantles the historic patriarchal narratives. His impeccable scholarship, his astounding mastery of the sources, and rigorous detailed examination of the archaeological claims makes this book one I will immediately take with me in case of a by: The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives: The Quest for the Historical Abraham is a book by biblical scholar Thomas L. Thompson, Professor of Old Testament Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Together with John Van Seters 's Abraham in History and Tradition (), Author: Thomas L. Thompson. patriarchal narratives were not meant to be historiography in the strict sense of the word, but The aim of this paper is to put the theory to the test and to the text. How would the stories (David, Zion). Reading the patriarchal narratives. Reading the patriarchal narratives. Reading the patriarchal narratives. Sir Robert Filmer's midth-century work entitled Patriarcha was a significant study on patriarchy. Patriarchal political theory is often attributed to the theories he raised. Opposition to patriarchy emerged in the 19th century when women such as Sarah Grimke raised concerns regarding a patriarchal interpretation of the Bible.

The patriarchal section of Genesis has often been seen as a series of three cycles. Even though the above structure outlines six characters, the story line is developed around three individuals: Abraham, Jacob and Joseph. Books shelved as patriarchy: Women Talking by Miriam Toews, The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, The Creation of Patriarchy by Gerda Lerner, Reading L. This idea that men are biologically “programmed” to behave certain ways, against all scientific evidence, is one of the biggest cultural narratives that continues our current patriarchal systems. Celebrating “macho” or “alpha” men. Jackson Katz, in his book The Macho Paradox.   Epistemic Status: speculative. We've got some amateur Biblical exegesis in here, and some mentions of abuse. I'm starting to believe that patriarchy is the root of destructive authoritarianism, where patriarchy simply means the system of social organization where families are hierarchical and headed by the father. To wit: Patriarchy justifies abuse of wives by husbands and abuse of.

Martin Noth's Theory of Patriarchal History. the theory that the patriarchs were originally 3 separate rulers in 3 separate areas that were united in writings by the Hebrew people to unite the different areas and give power to the hebrews. Sodom and Gomorrah. An article on the patriarchal influences in Snow White that makes some comparisons to Angela Carter's 'Snow Child' rewrite. Much of Western literature and contemporary film deploy narratives to the cultural norms dominating at that moment. Works men where the central characters are women most often. book, Patriarchal Narratives: A Theory of Postmodern Feminist Cultural Critique. But it is im-portant to point out here that my concept of "postmoder feminism as critique" dif-fers from such current views of postmoder feminism as E. Ann Kaplan's notion in. Oesterley & Robinson, in common with many other liberal scholars this century, saw the patriarchal narratives as describing an animistic religion. Discussing Genesis they point out that 'the Oak of Moreh' should be translated 'terebinth of the teacher,' which, according to them, meant that it was a tree at which divine teaching was given.