> On Sun, 7 Jun 1998, Tom Simms wrote:y.kuchinsky@...
> > Thank you for the explanation, Mahlon, but no matter what you say
> > the two modes show there is a bias of some sort among the
> > "Fellows".
> So you're not sure what bias it is but there must be some bias in the
> Jesus Seminar, according to you? Is this the hermeneutics of suspicion?
Speaking of hermeneutics of suspicion, here are two models:
Liberation Methodology of Fiorenza:
A. Assume the Bible to be a text that is oppressive and
A. Those women who struggle in patriarchal structures can
be reconstructed in patriarchal texts
A. Grows from Rememberance
B. Addressed to today's believers
C. Removes oppressive texts of scripture from use in the
D. Draw on texts that transcend a patriarchal context
4. Creative Actualization
A. Artistic expression as an active engagement for women's
Liberation methodology of Soelle:
1. Praxis: "Who is victimized?"
2. Analysis: "Who profits?"
3. Meditation: "To remember"
4. Renewed Praxis: "To dream and hope"
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