THE BIBLE AND WOMEN: BLACK FEMINIST HERMENEUTICS

Madipoane Masenya

Abstract


The paper focuses on Black feminist hermeneutics. Principles for a feminist hermeneutics are discussed. The situation of Black women in South Africa is discussed.  As the most marginalized of all people, with patriarchy as a most serious enemy, particularly as it manifests itself in the Bible, these women need appropriate approaches to the reading of the Bible in order to achieve their liberation.

Keywords


Black feminist hermeneutics; Liberation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/54-0-1480

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