Feminist Expositions of the Old Testament in Africa (Tanzania) in the Context of the Office Held by Deborah in Judges 4 and 5
Both women and men were leaders since ancient times; however, few female leaders are reported. Deborah was one of the powerful female leaders in ancient Israel. This work explored the feminist expositions of the Old Testament in Africa, with focus on the context of the offices held by Deborah as narrated in the book of Judges Chapter 4 and 5. The exegetical part shed light onto the role played by the female leaders among the Israelites. The feminist paradigms in Judges 4 and 5 demonstrate how female characters in these chapters construct a way to disagree with what seems to oppress women and deny their leadership capability. The findings of this study determine that gender should not have an effect on leadership in general.
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- Hoyce Lyimo-Mbowe
- Paperback | 293 pages
- 144.78 x 205.74 x 17.78mm | 181.44g
- Publication date
- 27 Jan 2015
- Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH
- Publication City/Country
- Berlin, Germany