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And Adam Knew Eve: A Dictionary Of Sex In The Bible

by Ronald L. Ecker

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American Reference Books Annual, 1996
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Book Description
A reference book on biblical sexuality and gender-related biblical issues.

From the Publisher
Covers all sexually related stories, concepts, and laws in the Old and New Testaments and Apocrypha, as well as gender-related issues raised by the patriarchy of the biblical world. In addition to its 85 alphabetically arranged subject entries, the book includes extensive cross references, bibliography, subject and scripture indexes, and 16 reproductions of art by Blake, Steen, and others.

About the Author
Ronald L. Ecker received his B.A. in English at the University of Florida, and served for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Peru. He earned a Master of Library Science degree at Florida State University, and did postgraduate work in biblical studies at the Vanderbilt University Divinity School. His other books include the DICTIONARY OF SCIENCE AND CREATIONISM and THE EVOLUTIONARY TALES: RHYME AND REASON ON CREATION/EVOLUTION. His modern-English translation (with Eugene J. Crook) of Geoffrey Chaucer's THE CANTERBURY TALES is a widely adopted text in college and university literature courses.


Do you know how many total references to sex are in the Bible. This includes everything from marital sex to purity to homosexuality.


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