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New Feminist Christianity Many Voices, Many Views

ISBN-10: 159473285X
ISBN-13: 9781594732850
Edition: 2010
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Description: Feminism has brought many changes to the Christian church. From inclusive language and imagery about the Divine, to an increase in the numbers of women ministers, churches will never be the same. Yet, even now, there is a lack of substantive  More...

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List price: $24.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: LongHill Partners, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/1/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.452
Language: English

Feminism has brought many changes to the Christian church. From inclusive language and imagery about the Divine, to an increase in the numbers of women ministers, churches will never be the same. Yet, even now, there is a lack of substantive structural change in many churches and a certain complacency within denominations. The contributors to this book are the ¿thought leaders¿ of the future who are shaping, and being shaped by, the emerging directions of feminist Christianity. They speak from across the Christian spectrum, and from the many racial and ethnic groups that make up the Christian community. Taken together, their voices offer a starting point for revitalizing the field of feminist Christianity, rekindling some of the early enthusiasm, and grounding new directions. Issues covered include: ¿ Feminist Theological Visions ¿ Feminist Scriptural Insights ¿ Feminist Ethical Agendas ¿ Feminist Liturgical Frontiers ¿ Feminist Ministerial Challenges A must-read for anyone in Christian ministry, as well as religious feminists in and beyond the Christian tradition, and church-based study groups.

Diann L. Neu is a feminist liturgist and minister, spiritual director and psychotherapist. Dr. Neu is the author of Return Blessings: Ecofeminist Liturgies Renewing the Earth and Women's Rites: Feminist Liturgies for Life's Journeys . She designs liturgies for faith and justice communities, especially the women-church movement.Hunt and Neu are cofounders and codirectors of the Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER), a feminist educational center dedicated to creating and sustaining inclusive communities in society and religion, in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Mar�a Pilar Aquino is professor of theology and religious studies at the University of San Diego. Dr. Aquino was a visiting professor of theology at Harvard Divinity School. She is the author of Our Cry for Life: Feminist Theology from Latin America; La teolog�a, la iglesia y la mujer en Am�rica Latina (Theology, the Church and Women in Latin America); and Teolog�a feminista Latinoamericana (Latin American Feminist Theology). She organizes and convenes Latina feminist scholars and activists in religion.

Rachel A. R. Bundang is on the religious studies faculty at the Marymount School in New York. Dr. Bundang earned her doctorate in constructive theologies, praxis, and ethics from Union Theological Seminary. She was a Bannan Fellow at Santa Clara University. Rooted in feminist ethics and Catholic theology, Rachel's work takes her from the academy to the parish and beyond.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Feminist Theological Visions
A Postcolonial Feminist Vision for Christianity
Feminist Theology in Theological Education
Latina Feminist Theology: Charting Future Discourse
Crossing Borders: Feminist Christianity in Latin America
Analysis, Interconnectedness, and Peacebuilding for a Just World
Race, Class, Gender, Sexuality: Integrating the Diverse Politics of Identity into Our Theology
Why We Need Evangelical Feminists
Feminist Scriptural Insights
Where Are You Really From? An Asian American Feminist Biblical Scholar Reflects on Her Guild
Critical Feminist Biblical Studies: Remembering the Struggles, Envisioning the Future
Inclusivity and Distinctions: The Future of Dalit Feminist Biblical Studies
The Future of Feminist Scripture Studies
Feminist Ethical Agendas
What Does Antiracist Feminist Christian Social Ethics Look Like?
Trans-forming Feminist Christianity
Seeking Justice and Healing: Violence against Women as an Agenda for Feminist Christianity
Feminist Theo-ethics in Remix Culture
Searching for an Ethic: Sexuality, Children, and Moral Agency
Feminist Liturgical and Artistic Frontiers
The Feminist Face of God: Art and Liturgy
More Than Words
Feminist Eucharists at Wisdom's Many Tables
The Road is Made by Walking
This is My Body
"The Ones Who've Gone Before Us": The Future of Feminist Artistic and Liturgical Life
Feminist Ministerial Challenges
Women in Ministry in a Postfeminist Era
Asian American Women and Renewal of Preaching
Balancing Power and Humility: Feminist Values in Mennonite Ministry
Our Voices: Loud and Clear
New Feminist Catholics: Community and Ministry
Signs of Hope, Signs of Dismay
Conclusion: Strengthening Our Resolve, Moving Ever Forward
Notes
Suggestions for Further Reading
Index of Contributors

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