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T & T Clark handbook of Asian American biblical hermeneutics /

edited by Uriah Y. Kim and Seung Ai Yang.

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Names: Kim, Uriah Y., | Yang, Seung Ai,
Published: London [England] ; New York [New York] : T & T Clark, 2019.
Topics: Asian Americans - Religion. | Theology, Doctrinal. | Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc.
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245 00|aT & T Clark handbook of Asian American biblical hermeneutics /|cedited by Uriah Y. Kim and Seung Ai Yang.
246 3 |aT&T Clark handbook of Asian American biblical hermeneutics
246 3 |aT and T Clark handbook of Asian American biblical hermeneutics
246 30|aHandbook of Asian American biblical hermeneutics
246 30|aAsian American biblical hermeneutics
264 1|aLondon [England] ;|aNew York [New York] :|bT & T Clark,|c2019.
264 4|c©2019
300 |axviii, 526 pages ;|c24 cm
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|bn|2rdamedia
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 451-502) and indexes.
505 00|tIntroduction to the Handbook /|rUriah Y. Kim and Seung Ai Yang.
505 80|gPart one. Contexts:|tThe complex heterogeneity of Asian American identity /|rTamara C. Ho --|tFamilism, racialization, and other key factors shaping Chinese American perspectives /|rRussell Jeung --|tFilipinos in America : a cartography of diasporic identities /|rLester Edwin J. Ruiz --|tOne long labor : toward an Indian American interreligious consciousness /|rJaisy A. Joseph and Khyati Y. Joshi --|tOf mythologies, wars, exodus, and adaptations : a brief account of a people called Việt Mỹ (Vietnamese Americans) /|rMai-Anh Le Tran --|tThe biblical hermeneutics : a Korean American case /|rJung Ha Kim --|tJapanese American journeys of remembrance, identity, and solidarity /|rJoanne Doi.
505 80|gPart two. Methods:|tHistorical criticism /|rMary F. Foskett --|tSocial science criticism and its relevance for Asian American biblical hermeneutics /|rD.N. Premnath --|tAsian American literary criticism /|rJin Young Choi --|tCritical methods and critiques : theological interpretation /|rBo H. Lim --|tFeminist critical theory and Asian American feminist biblical interpretation /|rSeung Ai Yang --|tToward an Asian North American liberationist hermeneutics /|rJulius-Kei Kato --|tMore than an interpretation from a different perspective : a postcolonial reading from a different epistemological (back)ground /|rUriah Y. Kim --|tQueer hermeneutics : queering Asian American identities and biblical interpretation /|rDong Sung Kim.
505 80|gPart three. Texts:|tThe exile of Cain and the destiny of humankind : punishment and protection /|rHemchand Gossai --|tWomen in Exodus and Asian immigrant women : Asian female immigrants' Bible reading strategy on Exodus 1-4 /|rEsther HaeJin Park --|tZelophehad's daughters as Lienü (exemplary women) : reading Num. 27:1-11 and 36:1-12 in the discursive context of Confucianism /|rSonia Kwok Wong --|tSaul's question and the question of Saul : a deconstructive reading of the story of Endor in 1 Sam. 28:3-25 /|rSuzie Park --|tA heart that listens (1 Kings 3) /|rJin H. Han --|tOf foreigners and eunuchs : an Asian American reading of Isa. 56:1-8 /|rGale A. Yee --|tConceptual blending in Joel 2:1-11 : God's apocalyptic storm-locust-warriors /|rKevin Chau --|tNarrative of Jonah in four acts /|rRajkumar Boaz Johnson --|tReading Job as a Chinese diasporian /|rChloe Sun --|tEngaging Ecclesiastes narrativally and polyphonically with a Chinese lens : traditional wisdom and "collective lived experience under the sun" in dialogue /|rBarbara M. Leung Lai --|tMade in Babylon : Daniel 1 /|rJohn Ahn --|tIncising, inscribing, and concretizing identity : reading 1 Maccabees and Japanese Americans in Hawaiʻi /|rHenry W. Morisada Rietz --|tFilial piety and radical discipleship in Matthew /|rDiane G. Chen --|tThe absent body and postcolonial melancholia (Mk 14:3-9) /|rJin Young Choi --|tPrivilege and solidarity in Asian American context (Lk. 14:15-24) /|rRaj Nadella --|tGod's love, Christ's cross, or human faith? : interpretations of Jn 3:16 in ethnic Chinese American churches /|rJohn Y.H. Yieh --|tLost and silenced in translation : reading Pauline discourse on language in 1 Cor. 14 from an Asian American perspective /|rEkaputra Tupamahu --|t"My story" in intersection with Gal. 3: 26-28 : an Indian-Dalit feminist interpretation /|rSurekha Nelavala --|tImagined nations, real women : politics of culture and women's bodies : a postcolonial, feminist, and Indo-Western interpretation of 1 Tim. 2:8-15 /|rSharon Jacob --|tAlways ethnic, never "American" : reading 1 Peter through the lens of the "perpetual foreigner" stereotype /|rJanette H. Ok --|tThe practice of hospitality in early Christianity : reading 2 John and 3 John from a Vietnamese American perspective /|rToan Do --|tRevelation from the margins : a Vietnamese American perspective /|rvănThanh Nguyễn.
520 |a"The first reference resource on how Asian Americans are currently reading and interpreting the Bible, this volume also serves a valuable role in both developing and disseminating what can be termed as Asian American biblical hermeneutics. The volume works from the important background that Asian Americans are the fastest growing ethnic/racial minority population in the USA, and that 42% of this group identifies as Christian. This provides a useful starting point from which to examine what may be distinctive about Asian American approaches to the Bible. Part 1 of the Handbook describes six major ethic groups that make up 85% of Asian population (by country of origin: China, Philippines, Indian Subcontinent, Vietnam, Korea, Japan) and outlines the specific concerns each group has when its members read the Bible. Part 2 of the Handbook examines major critical methods in biblical interpretation and suggests adjustments that may be helpful for Asian Americans to make when they are interpreting the Bible. Finally, Part 3 provides 25 interpretations by Asian American biblical scholars on specific texts in the Bible, using what they consider to be Asian American hermeneutics. Taken together the Handbook interprets the Bible both with and for the Asian American communities."--|cPublisher's description.
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