The Cambridge Companion to Feminist Theology

The Cambridge Companion to Feminist Theology

by Susan Frank Parsons

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This book is a critical guide to the scholarly exploration of feminist theology.See more details below


This book is a critical guide to the scholarly exploration of feminist theology.

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Parsons (pastoral studies, Cambridge) introduces 14 papers by international scholars and theologians instrumental in reshaping Western Christian discourse. They address the emergence and diverse shapes of feminist theology, and such themes as recovering women's spirituality, ecofeminism, redeeming ethics, and an African female Christological model. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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"...what awaits readers is a fine collection of essays on the shape and themes of Christian feminist thought. ...clearly written and suitable for students of women and religion classes as well as divinity school theology courses that need a feminist infusion." Feminist Collections

"A fine collection of essays..." Religious Studies Review

"This Companion to feminist theology, edited by Parsons (Cambridge Univ.), offers engaging and provocative essays by a range of feminist theologians from around the world, including Rosemary Radford Ruether, Rita Gross, Carol Christ, Kwok Pui-lan, and Mercy Amba Oduyoye.... The 'new readers and non-specialists' that this book seeks as its audience will be well served by the diversity of essays presented here. Recommended." Choice

"I would highly recommend [this text] for a wide range of readers, from the seasoned academic to the interested novice." Christian Century

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