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"Hidden Behind a Veil of Blood:" God and the Violence Against Women in the Bible

Ross and Viviano at Siena Center

In the Old Testament God's violence against Israel's enemies was a way to show God's love for his people, but God's violence was also directed against Israel itself who was cast in the role of an unfaithful wife. How do we deal with the violence of God, especially as it is directed against women? Loyola Theology Department faculty Susan A. Ross and Pauline Viviano will address this and related issues in a presentation at the Siena Center of Dominican University titled:

"Hidden Behind a Veil of Blood:" God and the Violence Against Women in the Bible

 Thursday, Septemeber 18, 2014 // 7:00 p.m. Priory Auditorium // Free Admission

Dr. Susan A. Ross is a Professor of Theology and a Faculty Scholar at Loyola University Chicago. She is a former President of the Catholic Theological Society of America and Vice-President and member of the Board of Editors of Concilium, the international theological journal.

Dr. Pauline Viviano is an Associate Professor of Theology at Loyola University Chicago. She is presently working on a commentary on the Books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. In addition to University teaching she often lectures at parishes in and around Chicago.

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