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Criticism of the Bible - Collection 12 (Erotica in the Bible)

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Criticism of the Bible - Collection 12 (Erotica in the Bible):

We have 20 titles in this upload with the majority of them discussing a common theme: the erotic content of the Bible.

- Besant - Is the Bible Indictable; An Enquiry whether the Bible is Obscene Literature (1877)

- Buss - Biblical Form Criticism in Its Context (1999)

- Camp - Wise, Strange and Holy; The Strange Woman and the Making of the Bible (2000)

- Carr - The Erotic Word; Sexuality, Spirituality and the Bible (2003)

- Davies - Whose Bible is it Anyway (1995)

- Ellens - Sex in the Bible; A New Consideration (2006)

- Exum - Fragmented Women; Feminist (Sub)versions of Biblical Narratives (1993)

- Goodwin - Lovers Three Thousand Years Ago as Indicated by the Song of Solomon (1895)

- Greene-McCreight - Feminist Reconstructions of Christian Doctrine; Narrative Analysis and Appraisal (2000)

- Handley - A Declaration on Biblical Criticism by 1725 Clergy of the Anglican Communion (1906)

- Harris - Sex, Ideology and Religion; The Representation of Women in the Bible (1984)

- Hawkins & Stahlberg - Scrolls of Love; Reading Ruth and the Song of Songs (2006)

- Kaltner - The Uncensored Bible; The Bawdy and Naughty Bits of the Good Book (2008)

- Kamionkowski - Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos; A Study on the Book of Ezekiel (2003)

- Moughtin-Mumby - Sexual and Marital Metaphors in Hosea, Jeremiah, Isaiah, and Ezekiel (2008)

- Newman - Biblical Religion and Family Values; A Problem in the Philosophy of Culture (2001)

- Odell - Ezekiel; A Smyth and Helwys Bible Commentary (2005)

- Schirrmacher - Paul in Conflict with the Veil; An Alternative Interpretation of 1Corinthians 11.2-16 (2002)

- Stiebert - Construction of Shame in the Hebrew Bible (2002)

- The Blackwell Companion to the New Testament (2010)

- Thompson - Writing the Wrongs; Women of the Old Testament among Biblical Commentators from Philo through the Reformation (2001)