This innovative and highly acclaimed journal accommodates articles on
various aspects of current biblical criticism. Articles published either
give a practical demonstration of how a particular approach may be
instructively applied to a biblical text or texts, or make a productive
contribution to the discussion of method.
The journal provides a vehicle for the exercise and development of a whole
range of newer techniques of interpretation, including feminist readings,
semiotic, post-structuralist, reader-response and other types of literary
readings, liberation-theological readings, ecological readings, and
psychological readings, among many others.
Alongside eclectic issues on various subjects, the journal publishes
collections of articles on particular thematic issues such as: 1997: Reading
Gender and Gender Reading 1997: The New Historicism 1998: Negotiating
Theology 1999: The Bible and the Arts 2000: Virtual History and the Bible.
J. Cheryl Exum
Dept. of Biblical Studies
University of Sheffield
Bruce W. Longenecker
St. Mary's College
University of St. Andrews
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Current Issue: Volume 12, Number 3 September 2004
Date: 19 May 2005