The Feminist Question: Feminist Theology in the Light of Christian Tradition
The first work to undertake a theological critique of Christian feminism as a whole, this book seeks to bring traditional faith and the feminist position into a deeper dialogue. Part One presents an overview of the historical issues raised by feminist theology. Part Two compares key feminist theological presuppositions to the prophetic interpretation of reality found in the biblical tradition.
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Theology and the Light of Faith
The Isolation of Theology
Christian Origins and the Roles of Women
The Move toward Crystallization
An Historical Overview of Feminism
Do We Need Foundations?
Analogy Images Metaphors and Theology
The God and Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ
Human Rights and Ecclesial Communion
The Body Person in the New Testament
The Body Person in More Recent Thought
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