Abogunrin, Samuel O. “Luke.” In The International Bible Commentary: A Catholic and Ecumenical Commentary for the Twenty-First Century, edited by Willam R. Farmer, Sean McEvenue, Armando J. Levoratti, David Dungan, and Andre LaCocque, 1368–1438. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1998.
Adeso, Patrick. “An Exegesis of Luke 5:1-11.” In Universalism and Mission in the Bible: Proceedings of the Fifth Congress of African Biblical Scholars. Abijan, 16-23 July 1991, edited by D. Atal Sa Angang, P. Buetubela Balembo, L. Nare, Chris U. Manus, Sidbe Sempore, Edmond G. Djitangar, Paulin Poucouta, and Patrick Adeso, 112–36. Nairobi: Catholic Biblical Centre for Africa and Madagascar, 1993.
Assaad, Marie. “Reversing the Natural Order.” In New Eyes for Reading : Biblical and Theological Reflections by Women from the Third World, edited by John S. Pobee and Bärbel von Wartenberg-Potter, 25–27. Bloomington, IN: Meyer Stone Books, 1987.
AbstractIncludes bibliographical references; The woman who decided to break the rules / Elizabeth Amoah -- The woman who complicated the history of salvation / Elsa Tamez -- One woman's confession of faith / Lee Oo Chung -- Liberation, theology and women / Julia Esquivel -- Reversing the natural order / Marie Assaad -- Living stones / Grace Eneme -- Water in the slums / Maria Teresa Porcile S. -- Our presence among the poor / Priscilla Padolina -- Birth / Mercy Oduyoye -- New Testament reflections on political power / Elizabeth Dominguez -- A letter to Job / Elsa Tamez -- Two Christmas stories. -- Born to her a son / Aruna Gnanadason -- The beating of a young heart / Mahat Farah El-Khoury -- Woman, for how long not? / Bette Ekeya -- Churchwomen and the church's mission / Mercy Oduyoye -- Mission of women in the church in Asia : role and position / Virginia Fabella -- God weeps with our pain / Kwok Pui Lan -- "Women that make Asia alive" / Marianne Katoppo -- God in man's image / Louise Kumandjek Tappa
Boesak, Allan A. “Proclamation and Protest: The Lost Sons, and Outside the Gate [Luke 15:11-32; Hebrews 13:13].” In Resistance and Hope: South African Essays in Honour of Beyers Naude, edited by C. Villa-Vicencio and John W. De Gruchy, 74–82. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1985.
Draper, Jonathan A. “‘For the Kingdom Is inside of You and It Is Outside of You’: Contextual Exegesis in South Africa.” In Text and Interpretation: New Approaches in the Criticism of the New Testament, edited by P. J. Hartin and J. H. Petzer, 235–57. Leiden: BRILL, 1991.
Draper, Jonathan A., L. Hulley, L. Kretzschmar, and L. L. Pato. “‘Was There No-One Left to Give Glory to God except This Foreigner?’ Breaking the Boundaries in Luke 17:11-19.” In Archbishop Tutu: Prophetic Witness in South Africa, 222–29. Capetown, 1997.
Fanusie, Lloyda. “Christianity and African Rituals (Matthew 11:25-30; Leviticus 12:1-5; Luke 2: 21-24).” In Talitha, Qumi!: Proceedings of the Convocation of African Women Theologians, Trinity College, Legon-Accra, September 24-October 2, 1989, edited by Mercy A. Oduyoye and Rachel A. Kanyoro, 84–88. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, 1990.
AbstractThe Africa Bible Commentary is a unique publishing event—the first one-volume Bible commentary produced in Africa by African theologians to meet the needs of African pastors, students, and lay leaders. Interpreting and applying the Bible in the light of African culture and realities, it furnishes powerful and relevant insights into the biblical text that transcend Africa in their significance. The Africa Bible Commentary gives a section-by-section interpretation that provides a contextual, readable, affordable, and immensely useful guide to the entire Bible. Readers around the world will benefit from and appreciate the commentary’s fresh insights and direct style that engage both heart and mind. Key features: · Produced by African biblical scholars, in Africa, for Africa—and for the world · Section-by-section interpretive commentary and application · More than 70 special articles dealing with topics of key importance in to ministry in Africa today, but that have global implications · 70 African contributors from both English- and French-speaking countries · Transcends the African context with insights into the biblical text and the Christian faith for readers worldwide
Kanyoro, Musimbi R. A. “Daughter, Arise (Luke 8:40-56).” In Talitha, Qumi!: Proceedings of the Convocation of African Women Theologians, Trinity College, Legon-Accra, September 24-October 2, 1989, edited by Mercy A. Oduyoye and Rachel A. Kanyoro, 54–62. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, 1990.
Okure, Teresa. “The Will to Arise: Reflections on Luke 8: 40–56.” In The Will to Arise: Women, Tradition, and the Church in Africa, edited by Mercy A. Oduyoye and M.R.A. Kanyoro, 221–30. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1992.
Plaatjie, Gloria K. “Toward a Post-Apartheid Black Feminist Reading of the Bible: A Case of Luke 2:36-38.” In Voices from the Margin: Interpreting the Bible in the Third World, edited by Rasiah S. Sugirtharajah. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1991.
Ukpong, Justin S. “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager (Luke 16:1-13) : An Essay in Inculturation Biblical Hermeneutic.” In “Reading With”: An Exploration of the Interface between Critical and Ordinary Readings of the Bible: African Overtures, edited by Gerald O. West, Musa W. Dube Shomanah, and Phyllis A. Bird, 189–210. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1996.
Ukpong, Justin S. “The Story of Jesus’ Birth (Luke 1-2): An African Reading.” In The Bible in a World Context: An Experiment in Contextual Hermeneutics, edited by Walter Dietrich and Ulrich Luz, 59–70. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2002.
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