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governmentality (Venn 2006: 48). As much as the Bible has contributed and continued to contribute in explicit and implicit ways to various forms of oppression, postcolonial critics of the Bible are also equally imbricated in the practices of oppression that continue at the behest of hegemonic power. The point is

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Biblical Interpretation

. Th e male pole was, for instance, associated with attributes of hegemonic power and authority, social order and its enforcement, agency, activity, true love and faithfulness that is reli- able social commitment, and imagined as provider of all necessities and thus, (in a genderly marked male way

In: Horizons in Biblical Theology