By Shawn Kelley
Shawn Kelley's groundbreaking examine indicates how the foremost highbrow hobbies of the trendy international, reminiscent of Orientalism and romantic nationalism, turn into infused with the class of race. He then lines the approaches wherein racially-grounded considering has prompted glossy biblical scholarship.
Dynamic and thought-provoking, the publication includes a wide selection of present debate, from serious race idea to the connection among Martin Heidegger and nationwide Socialism. it's going to supply each scholar and student of bible study understanding of the delicate ways that racial considering has permeated their self-discipline, and inspire them to create new modes of biblical research.
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