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The approach factors how the epidemic works with class, gender, age, race, migrant status, violence, international relations, sexual and ethnic identity to expose the world and certain groups to infection.
The book, therefore, proposes justice seeking ways of re-reading the Bible that affirm life, the right to healing, care, medicine and treatment, the human rights of all, while it counteracts the social structures of poverty, gender injustice, stigma, violence, international injustice, which are the fertile grounds for the spread of HIV and AIDS.
|Preface : "reading the Bible" in the face of HIV and AIDS|
|Introduction : grant me justice : towards gender-sensitive multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS readings of the Bible||3|
|Ch. 1||Tamar's cry : re-reading an ancient text in the midst of an HIV and AIDS pandemic||27|
|Ch. 2||"Barak God and die!" : women, HIV and a theology of suffering||60|
|Ch. 3||Women's sexuality and stigma in genesis and the prophets||80|
|Ch. 4||Can these bones live? : re-reading Ezekiel 37:1-14 in the HIV/AIDS context||97|
|Ch. 5||Talitha cum! : a postcolonial feminist & HIV/AIDS reading of Mark 5:21-43||115|
|Ch. 6||John 9 : deconstructing the HIV/AIDS stigma||141|
|Ch. 7||Allow me to cry out : reading of Matthew 15:21-28 in the context of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania||169|
|Ch. 8||Twenty-two years of bleeding and still the princess sings!||186|
|Ch. 9||Re-imagining the Bible in a pandemic of HIV/AIDS||201|