- Take the biblical text seriously in all its plurality. Her listening to the marginalized voices respects the context of the canon.
- 'Attending to the orality of the text means not sacrificing form for function or meaning.' (My emphasis).
- Concordance. (Her words are too 'big' - too many syllables - to copy for this point). Her example(s) are really fun. 'God revealed Godself as male and female in the first two verses of Genesis.'
- 'Translate for all ... from each perspective present (or hidden) in the text.'
There are several more principles but since I am not a black woman, they don't apply to me in quite the same way - but I hear them as any 'other' should. The whole article is worth reading. Thanks to Kurk Gayle for the pointer.