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Beyond Theology of Religions: The Epistemological and Ethical Challenges of Inter-religious Engagement  

Sharon D. Welch

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Nov 2011
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Jan 2012
For the past one hundred years, the primary form of scholarly inter-religious encounter has been inter-religious dialogue. While fruitful, such an approach is also severely limited, ... More

Body and Word  

Alison Jasper

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Mar 2009
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Sep 2009
This article uses the term ‘equivocation’ to describe the sense in which Christian incarnational theology appears to have provided a resource or way of thinking about the embodied human ... More

Eschatology in Christian Feminist Theologies  

Rosemary Radford Ruether

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Dec 2007
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Sep 2009
Christian eschatology is a complex combination of ideas and themes that synthesizes three ancient traditions of eschatological hope: Jewish futurism, Zoroastrian apocalyptic, and the ... More

Feminism, Inc.: Globalization and North American Feminist Theologies  

Thandeka

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Nov 2011
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Jan 2012
Today, 58% of women executives voluntarily choose flexible work options or a variety of other nontraditional career paths that take them far afield from the traditional, male, linear ascent ... More

Feminist Christologies  

Michele Schumacher

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Sep 2015
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Sep 2015
This chapter addresses aspects of feminist Christology, including the perceived misogyny amongst the Fathers and Scholastics; the problematic ascription of maleness to God; and the ... More

Feminist Revisioning  

Heather Walton

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Mar 2009
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Sep 2009
This article explores the literary revisioning work as it is displayed in the work of two women writers whose attention has been largely focused on the Jewish and Christian traditions. ... More

Feminist Theologies of a World Scripture(s) in the Globalization Era  

Musa W. Dube

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Nov 2011
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Jan 2012
In the globalization era, justice-seeking feminist theologies are challenged to sharpen and reposition themselves to speak to the issues of the time by adopting new methods, topics, and ... More

Gender  

Cherith Fee Nordling

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Dec 2010
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Jan 2011
Attempts to speak of gender in the context of evangelical theology are often fraught with misunderstanding or intransigence. As gender has become a concept used within theological ... More

Mary and Mariology  

Dorian Llywelyn SJ

The mother of Jesus is the most important female figure of Christianity. Mary appears in a small number of biblical passages, but the vast Marian phenomenon includes Christian doctrine and ... More

Paul and the Construction of Early Christian Identity  

Magnus Zetterholm

E. P. Sanders’ reconstruction of ancient Judaism resulted in an increasing interest in Paul’s relation to Judaism. While scholars before Sanders commonly assumed that Paul converted to ... More

Race  

Timothy Tseng

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Dec 2010
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Jan 2011
This article traces the history of the modern concept of race and various theological responses, thus making a modest contribution to theological anthropology. It assumes that modern racial ... More

Scripture and Hermeneutics  

Kevin J. Vanhoozer

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Dec 2010
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Jan 2011
This article focuses on the nature (what it is), authority (rightful say-so), and interpretation (how to use it/make it work correctly) of the Bible. Strictly speaking, evangelicals do not ... More

The Trinity and Feminism  

Nonna Verna Harrison

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Oct 2011
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Jan 2012
<p>This article examines the relation between feminism and the doctrine of the Trinity. It highlights feminists' concerns about traditional Trinitarian theology's the use masculine language about ... More

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