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    • EPIGRAPH
    • CONTENTS
    • FOREWORD
    • ABBREVIATIONS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • A. Three Approaches to Calvin’s Doctrine of Woman
        • 1. Calvin, Humanism, and Women
        • 2. Calvin and the Reformation Revaluation of Marriage
        • 3. Women in Calvin’s Theology and Exegesis
      • B. The Focus and Method of the Present Study
    • CALVIN AND EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN IN SIXTEENTH-CENTURY THEORY AND PRACTICE
      • A. Calvin and the Sixteenth-Century Querelle des Femmes
        • 1. Calvin and the Popular Misogynistic Tradition
        • 2. Calvin and Henry Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim
        • 3. Calvin and the Influence of Marguerite, Queen of Navarre
        • 4. Calvin and Marie Dentière
        • 5. Calvin and the Cosmic Feminism of Guillaume Postel
      • B. Calvin and the Exceptional Women of His Day
        • 1. Calvin and the Example of Aristocratic Women
        • 2. Calvin and Contemporary Women in Ministry
      • Conclusion
    • EVE IN THE HISTORY OF EXEGESIS : THE PROBLEM OF THE IMAGE OF GOD
      • A. Woman as the Image of God according to Augustine
      • B. Woman as the Image of God in Chrysostom and Ambrosiaster
      • C. The Medieval Understanding of Woman as the Image of God
      • D. Woman as the Image of God among Calvin’s Contemporaries
        • 1. The Image of God as Reason, or as Memory-Intellect-Will
        • 2. The Image of God as (Original) Righteousness
        • 3. The Image of God as Dominion
        • 4. The Image of God in Women
      • E. Woman as the Image of God according to John Calvin
      • Conclusion
    • EVE IN THE HISTORY OF EXEGESIS : ARGUMENTS FOR WOMAN’S SUBORDINATION
      • A. Woman Before the Fall : Exegetical Arguments
        • 1. The Argument from the Meaning of "Head" and "Headship"
        • 2. The Argument from the Sequence of Creation
        • 3. The Argument from the Purpose of Woman’s Creation
        • 4. The Argument from Woman’s Derivation from Man
      • B. The Nature of the Sin of Eve – and Adam
        • 1. What Was the First Sin ?
        • 2. Who Sinned More ?
        • 3. Was Adam Really Deceived ?
      • C. Eve and the Curse
        • 1. Eve’s Punishment : Birthpains
        • 2. Eve’s Punishment : Subjection
        • 3. The Purpose and Mechanism of the Curse on Eve
      • Conclusion
    • CALVIN AND EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN IN THE OLD TESTAMENT
      • A. Sarah’s Indiscretions
        • 1. Sarah’s Dissimulation before Pharaoh and Abimelech
        • 2. Sarah’s Complicity in Abraham’s Polygamy
        • 3. Sarah’s Laughter and Subsequent Denial
        • 4. Sarah’s Imperiosity towards Abraham in the Ejection of Hagar
      • B. Rebecca’s Role in the Deception of Isaac
      • C. Other Exceptional Women of the Old Testament
      • Conclusion
    • WOMEN AS PROPHETS AND TEACHERS IN THE NEW TESTAMENT
      • A. The Definition of "Prophecy" in the New Testament
        • 1. Prophecy as Receiving Proclamation
        • 2. Prophecy as (Private) Proclamation
        • 3. Prophecy as Public Proclamation
        • 4. Prophecy and Women : Mixed Opinions
      • B. The Relative Status of Veils, Silence, and Subordination
        • 1. Heinrich Bullinger
        • 2. Early Protestant and Humanist Views
        • 3. Medieval and Later Roman Catholic Commentators
        • 4. Three Distinctive Protestant Views : Martyr, Musculus, and Calvin
      • Conclusion
    • WOMEN, ADIAPHORA, POLITY, AND CHANGE
      • A. Women and Calvin’s Doctrine of Adiaphora
        • 1. The Concept of Adiaphora to Calvin’s Day
        • 2. Bowen’s Analysis of Calvin on Adiaphora
        • 3. The Indifferent Status of Women’s Roles
      • B. Women and Polity in Calvin’s Thought
        • 1. Polity as Adiaphora
        • 2. Calvin’s Use of Politia and Police
      • Conclusion
    • CONCLUSION THE MYSTERY OF JOHN CALVIN’S FEMINISM
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • PRIMARY SOURCES
      • SECONDARY SOURCES
    • NAME INDEX
      • PRIMARY FIGURES AND SOURCES
      • MODERN AUTHORS
    • ANALYTIC TABLE OF CONTENTS

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John Calvin and the daughters of Sarah. Women in regular and exceptional roles in the exegesis of Calvin, his predecessors and his contemporaries.
Genève: Librairie Droz, 1992
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