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Corrington examines the image of the savior and the experience of salvation, two concepts that are inextricably entwined. The author asserts that Christianity set aside female images of salvation by emphasizing the maleness of Jesus. She draws on solid knowledge of Jewish and classical Greek sources to show that the image of God could be seen as both male and female.
|Introduction: Image Making and Image Taking||15|
|1||What Must I Do to Be Saved? Receiving Salvation||43|
|2||Patterns of Power: The Universal Savior||81|
|3||Model of Mediation: Wisdom and Her Children||103|
|4||"Mother and Maiden Was Never None But She": The Many Marys||145|