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An Issue of Relevance: A Comparative Study of the Story of the Bleeding Woman (Mk 5:25-34; Mt 9:20-22; Lk 8:43-48) in North Atlantic and African Contexts
Lemarquand, Grant

New York: Lang, 2004 pp. xvii + 284. $72.95

Series Information
Bible and Theology in Africa, 5
Edited by Knut Holter


Subjects: Bible, New Testament, Synoptic Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, Literature, Methods, Ideological Critique, Postcolonial Approaches

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Review by Wes Bergen
Published 3/27/2005
Citation: Wes Bergen, review of Grant Lemarquand, An Issue of Relevance: A Comparative Study of the Story of the Bleeding Woman (Mk 5:25-34; Mt 9:20-22; Lk 8:43-48) in North Atlantic and African Contexts, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2005).


Review by Mignon Jacobs
Published 3/27/2005
Citation: Mignon Jacobs, review of Grant Lemarquand, An Issue of Relevance: A Comparative Study of the Story of the Bleeding Woman (Mk 5:25-34; Mt 9:20-22; Lk 8:43-48) in North Atlantic and African Contexts, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2005).


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