During the course on Biblical Hermenutics, I was told that there were not many readings done from the perspective of a man, writing as a man. I thought that it was time that I tried to do some writing from this perspective, and so I have produced what I hope is a “Maleist” reading.
It’s based on one of the most difficult passages that I could think of, Judges 19. It’s about looking for what it means to be a modern man reading those passages, rather than simply accepting the standard position as being the “male” perspective.
I am hoping that this will spark debate, and not at least a few comments.