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Holy Misogyny : Why the Sex and Gender Conflicts in the Early Church Still Matter
Skickas inom vardagar. Laddas ned direkt. In Holy Misogyny, bible scholar April DeConick wants real answers to the questions that are rarely whispered from the pulpits of the contemporary Christian churches. Why is God male?
Why are women associated with sin? Why can't women be priests? Drawing on her extensive knowledge of the early Christian literature, she seeks to understand the conflicts over sex and gender in the early church-what they were and what was at stake. She explains how these ancient conflicts have shaped contemporary Christianity and its promotion of male exclusivity and superiority in terms of God, church leadership, and the bed. DeConick's detective work uncovers old aspects of Christianity before later doctrines and dogmas were imposed upon the churches, and the earlier teachings about the female were distorted.
Holy Misogyny shows how the female was systematically erased from the Christian tradition, and why. She concludes that the distortion and erasure of the female is the result of ancient misogyny made divine writ, a holy misogyny that remains with us today. Passar bra ihop. Holy Misogyny is an accessible and imaginative historical reconstruction of the textual and extratextual conflicts behind early Christian displacement of both 'the female aspect' of deity and women's bodies, identity, and authority.
Review quote "The near-programmatic downgrading and degrading of women is one of the most shameful aspects of traditional Christianity. In this powerful book, DeConick rejects conventional theological and hermeneutical attempts to soften the absence of the divine and human female by challenging head-on the vilification of women and the othering of their bodies in early Christianity.
This bold discussion makes for uncomfortable but essential reading - and rightly so. The result is a brave book, in a straight-forward style accessible to a non-specialist audience, on an uncomfortable subject.tuvertherslora.tk
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By integrating her vast knowledge of extracanonical and canonical texts, she expansively analyzes the effect of misogyny on conceptions of the female body and the profound difference such marginalization has made, even today for women's ecclesiastical leadership and ordination. DeConick brings her study of the difficult canonical and apocryphal texts into conversation with contemporary concerns in a satisfying and accessible way.
Her style is both technical and easy-going. This is a book for the general public as well as the academic classroom.
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I learned a great deal from it and am left with many questions to chew on happily and to discuss. The reader is aided in the search for 'Lady God, ' and in the struggle to create societies that abhor and reject violence to the female body.
It will likely raise more questions than it answers for most readers, but shouldn't a good book do that? I would recommend this book for anyone interested in learning a little bit more about the history of women in Christianity. About April D.
About Holy Misogyny
DeConick April D. She specializes in early Christian history and theology, noncanonical Gospels, and gnostic and mystical traditions. The page book has already been selected to receive a subvention award from the Figure Foundation, which very selectively supports publications, mainly in philosophy and religion. Before gnosticism emerged in the second century, the belief was that passage to the afterlife required obedience to God and king, DeConick said.
Gnosticism proposed that human beings were manifestations of the divine, unsettling the hierarchical foundations of the ancient world, she said. This spirituality fused with various religious traditions, and many different social groups and even new religious movements emerged from this fusion.