An interlinked collection of essays representing the best of Stephen D. Moore's groundbreaking scholarship
This collection of previously published essays is a companion to The Bible in Theory: Critical and Postcritical Essays (2010). Chapters engage postmodernism, deconstruction, New Historicism, autobiographical criticism, cultural studies, postcolonial studies, masculinity studies, queer theory, and "posttheory"-methods Moore believes present unprecedented challenges to the monochrome model of Revelation scholarship based on traditional historical-critical methods.
Nine essays on biblical literary criticism including two co-written with Jennifer A. Glancy and Catherine KellerContextual introductions for each essayAnnotated bibliographies
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