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Published by Kok Pharos, Matthias-Grünewald in Kampen, Mainz .
Written in English



  • Europe.


  • Feminist theology -- Europe.,
  • Women in Christianity -- Europe.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesQuellen feministischer Theologien, Sources et resources des théologies féministes
Statementeditors, Elisabeth Hartlieb, Charlotte Methuen.
SeriesYearbook of the European Society of Women in Theological Research =, Jahrbuch der Europäischen Gesellschaft für die theologische Forschung von Frauen ;, vol. 5, Jahrbuch der Europäischen Gesellschaft für die theologische Forschung von Frauen ;, 5/97.
ContributionsHartlieb, Elisabeth, 1959-, Methuen, Charlotte.
LC ClassificationsBT83.55 .S68 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination286 p. ;
Number of Pages286
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL409755M
ISBN 109039002150, 3786720614
LC Control Number98111197

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Three and a half stars. This book has strengths and weaknesses. The strength of the book is in its diverse representation of feminist perspectives - from Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Pacific Asian and Latina perspectives. Readers will find a diverse, but not complete representations of feminist perspectives on the liberal side of feminism.3/5(1). Buy This Book in Print summary Speaking for the growing community of Latina feminist theologians, the editors of this volume write, "With the emergence and growth of the feminist theologies of liberation, we no longer wait for others to define or validate our experience of life and faithCited by: Brings together more than readings from over sources that chart 2, years of Christian history Situates each reading within the appropriate historical and theological context with its own introduction, commentary, and study questions Includes new readings on world Christianity and feminist, liberation, and postcolonial theologies, as.   The uniqueness of feminist theology is its use of women's experience to expose the male-centered bias of classical theology and articulate a faith that incorporates full humanity.

  The arrival of postcolonial, womanist, and mujerista theories and theologies has helped feminist theology branch out into intersectional analyses as well. Women have multiple identities that stem from race, class, ability, sexual orientation, and nationality; intersectionalism challenges us to think of ways in which some women can benefit from. “The image of the Serpent, because of its association with life, rejuvenation, fertility, and regeneration, was a symbol of immortality. The coiled Serpent with its tail in its mouth was a circle of infinitude indicating omnipotence and omniscience.   Womanist and Black Liberationist Theologies on Christology. This course examines how black liberation and womanist theologies have elaborated “Christology”, a story about Jesus, that addresses black oppression. A = Demonstrates keen understanding of the cultural and historical context of the sources/resources used in the essay and a.   The principal source for the systematic theologian is the Bible. In fact, the Bible is the primary source for all three theological disciplines: biblical theology, historical theology, and systematic theology. The task of biblical theology is to consider the data of Scripture as it unfolds over time, and this work serves as a source for the systematic theologian.