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Denise Dombkowski Hopkins.

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Author: Hopkins, Denise Dombkowski
Vernacular: Foreword. "Tell it on the mountain"--or, "And you shall tell your daughter [as well]" / Athalya Brenner-Idan -- Editor's introduction to Wisdom commentary: "She is a breath of the power of God" (Wis 7:25) / Barbara E. Reid -- Author's introduction: reading Books 2 and 3 of the Psalms (Pss 42-89) -- Book 2 of the Psalter (Pss 42-72). Psalm(s) 42-43: tears of connection. Godly servitude ; The tears of black women / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Psalm 44: is Israel's suffering redemptive? Cultural memory / Yolanda Marie Norton -- God as king ; Scattered among the nations / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 45: when being lusted after is not enough. The pressure to be beautiful ; Domestic violence / Denish Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 46: imagining a world without war. Women and war / Audrey Coretta Price -- Psalm 47: willing worship? Worship and politics / Yolanda Marie Norton -- A perspective from the other / Su Jung Shin -- Psalm 48: inverting the birth metaphor. Birth pangs and black liberation / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Psalm 49: you can't take it with you. Pseudo-masculine activity versus "beingness" / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Trust and poverty / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 50: protecting the family. The earth bears witness / Beth Norcross -- Psalm 51: collateral damage. Reading Psalm and superscription in reverse / Katherine Brown -- Psalm 52: tree of life. The courage to walk away / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Psalm 53: the fool and sexual violence. More intertexts / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 54: dual oligation. Affirmation in opposition / Lora F. Hargrove -- Psalm 55: prisoner of disgrace. Young black men and the "noise of the enemy" / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Violence against women / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psychic contamination / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Psalm 56: a voice for muted women. "Tears inscribed on God's scroll": a perspective from a Korean woman / Su Jung Shin -- Psalm 57: God as mother bird. A strong, feminine God / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 58: broken women's bodies and the health of community. Multiplying trauma / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 59: protestation of innocence. Black women and community / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Psalm 60: co-opting the "other" woman. A God for those who "suffer hard" / Yolanda Marie Norton -- A perspective from the other / Su Jung Shin -- Reading with interruption from Rahab / Kwok Pui-Lan -- Psalm 61: God's nurturing protection. A perspective from the other after the exile / Su Jung Shin -- Psalm 62: the positive value of silence. A childless woman / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- God defines us / Audrey Coretta Price -- Psalm 63: body-based prayer. A psalmist's נפש [nefesh] in the wilderness / Su Jung Shin -- Carol Meyers on festivals as food events involving women / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- A God who suckles / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 64: sharp tongues. Michal and words as weapons / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Sharp-tongued biblical women / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 65: the earth's praise. Joining creation in praise / Beth Norcross -- The ethics of agriculture / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 66: women's daily victories of survival. Vows / Amy Beth Jones -- Katharine Doob Sakenfeld on the vow / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 67: universal gratitutde for God's bounty. The Monarch butterfly and universalism / Beth Norcross -- Psalm 68: conflicting images of women. Cheryl Townsend Gilkes on Psalm 68:5 / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Samuel L. Adams on widows and orphans in Second Temple Judea / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Harmonized with a male voice? Victimized by masculine violence? / Su Jung Shin -- Psalm 69: women's tears. Rizpah / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 70: shame and retribution. Politics of prayer / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 71: persistence in the midst of doubt. Juliana Claassens on God as midwife / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 72: irony as criticism. Context of prayer / Amy Beth Jones -- Book 3 of the Psalter (Pss 73-89). Psalm 73: letting God off the hook? Becoming conscious / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Finding endurance / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Psalm 74: Jerusalem as woman. God's sanctuary on fire / Beth Norcross -- Cynthia Chapman on "the Jerusalem complex" / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 75: the earth totters. Fracking and the environment / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 76: peace through violence? Wrath as liturgical act / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Bloody Sunday / Audrey Coretta Price -- Psalm 77: refusing to be comforted. Sex trafficking / Audrey Coretta Price -- Living in the gap / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Psalm 78: God's "womb-love" and memory. Soul history / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Memory as hope / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Psalm 79: redirected anger. Black lives matter / Yolanda Marie Norton -- The sin of servitude / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Bearing suffering / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Psalm 80: covenant expectations met and unmet. Yearning for God / Audrey Coretta Price -- Return and change / Amy Beth Jones -- Children in ancient Israel / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 81: time for decision--whose voice is heard? Critiquing the norm from the periphery / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Psalm 82: God's hiddenness. Critique of kings / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 83: corrupting retributive violence. Where is Jael? / Amy Beth Jones -- The other as threat / Tiffany Houck-Loomis -- Psalm 84: unrequited love. Space and power / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 85: promises to keep. Hope and challenge / Beth Norcross -- Food insufficiency today / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 86: need and devotion. Soul-crushing demands / Amy Beth Jones -- Mothers and children / Audrey Coretta Price -- Psalm 87: Mother Zion. Zion as embodied space / Yolanda Marie Norton -- Stories and identity / Amy Beth Jones -- Psalm 88: meaningless suffering? Carleen Mandolfo, "Psalm 88 and the Holocaust: lament in search of a divine response" ; Beth LaNeel Tanner, "Psalm 88 and the concubine of the book of Judges: sometimes th story does not end happily ever after" / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins -- Psalm 89: we told you so. Adele Berlin on David's wives / / Denise Dombkowski Hopkins.
Published: Collegeville, Minnesota : A Michael Glazier Book, Liturgical Press, [2016]
Series: Wisdom commentary ; v. 21.
Topics: | Bible. Psalms, XLII-LXXXIX - Feminist criticism. | Catholic Church - Doctrines.
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