Explain what the Feminist approach to Biblical interpretation is about. (Also ca

Explain what the Feminist approach to Biblical interpretation is about. (Also called Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics or Feminist exegesis). What is their purpose ? What is their method? Name some of the Catholic feminist scholars who use this method.Demonstrate your understanding of two hermeneutical methods by explaining the respective methods and applying them to select passages or books in the Bible to obtain meaning. Critically evaluate both methods. Draw some conclusions from your analysis and discuss the wider implications. Describe the Historical Critical method – include key elements.eg Authorship, when it was written, the purpose, the social, political and religious background and redaction. Apply this method to selections of the Gospel of John to demonstrate your understanding of the method. Describe the neo- orthodox Feminist (liberationist) critical method and apply it to selective passages in the Bible to derive meaning from that perspective.
Discuss the significance of the meanings for the Catholic faith for both methods Provide evidence from Church teachings. E.g. Interpretation of the Bible in the Church.
Critically evaluate the methods and draw some conclusions that address the wider implications from your analysis.
To Analyse is to consider in detail. To analyse with perception is to situate both methods in the wider framework of Christian Hermeneutics and /or its impact on the Catholic Church. This achievement standard aligns with Level 8 of The New Zealand Curriculum, Learning Media, Ministry of Education, 2007.
This standard is also derived from Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. For details of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa achievement objectives to which this standard relates, see the Papa Whakaako for the relevant learning area.
Analyse the meanings involves:
applying two methods of interpretation to derive meaning from the sacred text
explaining the interpretative methods used
drawing conclusions about the derived meanings, supported by evidence from within the text and from recognised sources.
Analyse in depth the meanings involves:
discussing how differences in meaning may arise from the methods of interpretation used
discussing the significance of the meanings within the religious tradition
drawing conclusions supported by a range of evidence.
Analyse, with perception, the meanings involves:
critically evaluating the methods of interpretation used
drawing conclusions that address the wider implications arising from the analysis.
Religious tradition means a world religion, or a division of a world religion, or an indigenous religion.
A world religion is a religious belief system that is generally recognised as having independent status from any other religion. Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism are examples of world religions.
Wider implications may be social, historical, geographical, political, or personal.
Evidence, where it relates specifically to beliefs or principles of a religious tradition, is obtained from authoritative sources within the religious tradition.
A sacred text arises from historical events, visual representation, oral traditions and/or original experience. Examples of sacred texts include the Bible, the Qur’an, the Pali Canon, the Vedas, the Torah, the New Testament, and indigenous oral traditions, as recognised by the religious tradition.
If a selection from a sacred text is used, it must be of sufficient significance and length to support a critical examination of the interpretative methods used and an analysis of the derived meanings. Examples of a selection from a sacred text include the exploits of Krishna, the Book of Job, the Diamond Sutra, the Hadith.
Methods of interpretation may include:
Conditions of Assessment related to this achievement standard can be found at www.tki.org.nz/e/community/ncea/conditions-assessment.php.

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