Women, Men, Slaves and the Bible: Hermeneutical Inquiries

David L. Thompson


David L. Thompson understands the men-women question in the Bible as a matter not simply of interpreting texts in their contexts but of the management of Scripture's diversity within its essential unity. He contends that such a hermeneutic supports egalitarian relationships between women and men and shows how the church's use of Scripture against slavery informs this endeavor. Mr. Thompson is Professor of Biblical Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary.

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