Introducing Feminist Theology
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Introducing Feminist Theology by Lisa Isherwood

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Published by Sheffield Academic Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Christian theology,
  • Feminism,
  • Fundamentalism,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Religion,
  • Theology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages158
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9424021M
ISBN 101850753814
ISBN 109781850753810

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Introducing Feminist Theology - Kindle edition by Clifford, Anne M.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Introducing Feminist Theology/5(8). Introducing Feminist Theology serves as a superb introduction to various strands of feminist thought from divergent cultures, countries, and social contexts. Clifford analyzes feminist perspectives on: Scripture, God, women and the Church, spirituality, and ecology. She also provides helpful illustrations, charts, reflection questions, suggestions for further study, and a glossary to increase Format: Paperback.   The second edition of this highly popular introduction includes a new preface and each chapter has been revised to keep it as up-to-date as possible. 'Introducing Feminist Theology remains a lively and stimulating 'first read' for anyone embarking on feminist theology, as well as a first rate resource for those wishing to refresh their acquiantaince with it. This book should really be called "Introducing CHRISTIAN feminist theology." The first chapter focused on feminism rather than theology, and then the rest of the chapters (I skipped a couple of them) dealt with Christian theology without even making a note about Jewish theology, Islamic theology, Hindu theology /5.

This book introduces feminist perspectives in pastoral theology. It is concerned both with pastoral care and practice and also with pastoral theology and theory. It seeks to explore why the inclusion of women's experiences and of feminist perspectives is of vital importance to Christian pastoral practice and to a Christian understanding of God.   Introducing Feminist Theology by Anne M. Clifford, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(55).   Therefore, Introducing Asian Feminist Theology In this (awfully) short work, Kwok Pui-lan, one of the most prominent Asian feminist theologians of our time, surveys various Asian feminist theologies. Asia is probably the most ethnically, culturally, and religiously diverse continent/5. Introducing Feminist Theology responds to the questions What is feminist theology? and Why is it important? by considering the perspectives of women from around the globe who have very diverse life experience and relationships to God, Church and creation.

  The second edition of this highly popular introduction includes a new preface and each chapter has been revised to keep it as up-to-date as possible. 'Introducing Feminist Theology remains a lively and stimulating 'first read' for anyone embarking on feminist theology, as well as a first rate resource for those wishing to refresh their acquiantaince with it. Despite claims in some quarters. This is a lively and stimulating 'first read' for anyone embarking on a feminist theology, as well as a first-rate resource for those wishing to refresh their acquaintance with it. Despite claims in some quarters that 'feminism' has been surpassed by 'gender' this book explains how vital a feminist agenda remains. It describes how much is still to be done, both at the theological and the Format: Paperback. Anne M. Clifford is associate professor of theology at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. A recipient of Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching at Duquesne (), She is the author of numerous articles in the area of feminist theology, ecofeminism, and science and religion. This book is a great introduction to Feminist Theology. It provides a solid foundation in the field and is best followed by more diverse and in-depth reading. Clifford does acknowledge her struggles speaking about identities besides her own, which I appreciated and completely understand, but as she says, there are elements of diversity and 4/5(8).