Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible

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The Song of Songs: a Feminist Companion to the Bible by Athalya Brenner1
A Feminist Companion to Genesis by Athalya Brenner2
A Feminist Companion to Ruth by Athalya Brenner3
A Feminist Companion to Judges (Feminist Companion To The Bible) by Athalya Brenner4
A Feminist Companion to Samuel & Kings (Feminist Companion to the Bible) by Athalya Brenner5
Feminist Companion to Exodus to Deuteronomy (Feminist Companion to the Bible) by Athalya Brenner6
A Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna by Athalya Brenner7
Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets (Feminist Companion to the Bible) by Athalya Brenner8
A Feminist Companion to the Wisdom Literature (The Feminist Companion to the Bible, 9) by Athalya Brenner9
A Feminist Companion to the Hebrew Bible in the New Testament (Feminist Companion to the Bible Series No. 10) by Athalya Brenner10
A Feminist Companion to Reading the Bible: Approaches, Methods and Strategies by Athalya Brenner11

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