|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Vol. 1. Introduction / Amy-Jill Levine -- 'You just don't understand' (or do you?): Jesus, women, and conversation in the Fourth Gospel / F. Scott Spencer -- The divine trickster: a tale of two weddings in John / Jennifer K. Berenson Maclean -- Are there impurities in the living water that the Johannine Jesus dispenses? / Stephen D. Moore -- What's wrong with this picture?: John 4, cultural stereotypes of women, and public and private space / Jerome H. Neyrey -- Transcending alterity: strange woman to Samaritan woman / Jane S. Webster -- The raising of Lazarus: a lesbian coming out story / Mona West -- Divine intervention or divine intrusion?: Jesus and the adulteress in John's Gospel / Holly J. Toensing -- Transcending gender boundaries in John / Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger -- Vol. 2. Introduction / Amy-Jill Levine -- Women in the Johannine community: an exercise in historical imagination / Adele Reinhartz -- 'I am' sayings and women in context / Satoko Yamaguchi -- Abiding in the Fourth Gospel: a case study in feminist biblical theology / Dorothy Lee -- Gender matters in John / Colleen Conway -- The 'birthing' bridegroom: the portrayal of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel / Adeline Fehribach -- John 19.34: from crucifixion to birth, or creation? / Deborah Sawyer -- 'Don't be touching me': recent feminist scholarship on Mary Magdalene / Harold W. Attridge -- Thinking back through Mary Magdalene / Jane Schaberg.
|| The second feminist volume volume on Johannine literature includes an Introduction by Amy-Jill Levine; Adele Reinhartz on Women in the Johannine Community: An Exercise in Historical Imagination; Satako Yamaguchi, ''I Am (I Do)'' Sayings and Women in Context and Dorothy Lee, Abiding in the Fourth Gospel. Colleen Conway writes on Gender Matters in John; Adeline Fehribach on The Crucifixion in the Fourth Gospel: A Birthing Moment; Deborah Sawyer on Water and Blood: Birthing Images in John''s Gospel; Harold Attridge on Don''t Be Touching Me: Recent Feminist Scholarship on Mary Magdalene; and Jane S.
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