Exploring some of biblical literary criticism’s most challenging theological issues, Phyllis Trible has been a pioneer in women’s studies and biblical rhetoric for decades. The Phyllis Trible Collection contains three of her most important works, allowing you to dive right into the dialogue of contemporary literary criticism. Whether you’re looking to further your study of feminist hermeneutics or simply to expand your Bible study using methods of literary criticism, the Phyllis Trible Collection is a must-have for your library.
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- Approaches biblical texts with multiple rhetorical methods
- Develops a clear argument for using literary theories with the Bible
- Contains essential essays on women’s studies and theology
About Phyllis Trible
Phyllis Trible is an internationally known biblical scholar and rhetorical critic. A past president of the Society of Biblical Literature, she began her collegiate teaching career at Wake Forest University in 1963. After leaving in 1971, she taught at Andover Newton Theological School in Massachusetts until she went to Union Theological Seminary in New York in 1979 as a professor of Old Testament. From 1981 until her appointment to the Wake Forest University School of Divinity in 1998, she was the Baldwin Professor of Sacred Literature at Union Theological Seminary.
Trible, a leader in the text-based exploration of women and gender in Scripture, lectures extensively in the United States and abroad. She is also the author of the volume on Jonah in the New Interpreter’s Bible series.