The Peoples' Bible highlights the role of cultures in shaping the Bible and the way people read the Bible today. Relying on the best insights of historical-critical, liberationist, postmodern, and postcolonial interpretation the contributors include the editors of the volume plus Kosuke Koyama, Randall C. Bailey, Fernando F. Segovia, Elsa Tamez, Clarice Martin, Hee An Choi, Gale A. Yee, Daniel L. Smith-Christopher, and many more.
About the Author
Curtiss Paul DeYoung is Professor of Reconciliation Studies at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota, and author of Living Faith: How Faith Inspires Social Justice (2007, 978-0- 8006-3841-2).
Wilda C. Gafney is Associate Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia and author of Daughters of Miriam: Women Prophets in Ancient Israel (2008, 978-0-8006-6258-5).
Leticia Guardiola-Saenz teaches New Testament at the School of Theology of Seattle University.
George E. Tink Tinker is Professor of American Indian Cultures and Religious Traditions at Iliff Seminary in Denver, and the author most recently of Spirit and Resistance: Political Theology and American Indian Liberation (2004, 978-0-8006-3681-4).
Frank Yamada is Assistant Professor of Old Testament at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary in Evanston.