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Reconstructing Old Testament Theology: After the Collapse of History… (original 1994; edition 2005)

by Leo G. Perdue

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Title:Reconstructing Old Testament Theology: After the Collapse of History (Overtures to Biblical Theology)
Authors:Leo G. Perdue
Info:Fortress Press (2005), Paperback, 416 pages
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Reconstructing Old Testament Theology: After the Collapse of History by Leo G. Perdue (1994)

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In this informative and keen look at contemporary trends in Old Testament theology, Perdue builds on his earlier volume The Collapse of History (1994). He investigates how a variety of perspectives and methodologies have impacted how the Old Testament is read in the twenty-first century including: literary criticism; rhetorical criticism, feminist, womanist, and mujerista theologies, liberation theology; Jewish theology; postmodernism; and postcolonialism. Perdue provides a sensitive reading of the aims of these approaches as well as providing critique and setting them in their various cultural contexts. In his conclusion, the author provides a look at the future and how these various voices and approaches will continue to impact how we carry out Old Testament theology.

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