Special Issue "Body in the Bible"
A special issue of Religions (ISSN 2077-1444).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 August 2017
The body in the Bible is significant materially and symbolically for the Abrahamic religions. Biblical narratives, poetry, and prophetic literature that depict the body have contributed to cultural constructions of gender, sexuality, morality, and divinity. This volume brings together trans-disciplinary and innovative approaches to the discourse of the body in the Bible, its impact on religion in particular, and culture and society in general.
Prof. Dr. Yudit K. Greenberg
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- Body Symbolism