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Woman Will Overcome the Warrior

A Dialogue with the Christian/Feminist Theology of Rosemary Radford Ruether

Woman Will Overcome the Warrior

A Dialogue with the Christian/Feminist Theology of Rosemary Radford Ruether

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Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819195463
Number of Pages: 395
Published: 11/12/1994
Width: 16.2 cm
Height: 22.8 cm
This book is an analysis of and response to the feminist theology of Rosemary Radford Ruether. It covers her theological methodology by focusing on her approach to tradition, experience, and normativity. It also discusses her analysis of the origin, nature and development of patriarchy, and her approach to key topics in systematic theology such as anthropology, evil, mariology, ecclesiology, Christology, nature, eschatology, and God. The unifying focus of this wide-ranging study is the relationship between Ruether's feminist and Christian commitments. The author's ideas on what it means to develop a feminist theology in a distinctively Christian way (and a Christian theology in a distinctively feminist way) are worked out in the same areas of systematic, philosophical and biblical theology in which Ruether's thought is analyzed. Co-published with the Institute for Christian Studies.

Nicholas J. Ansell

Impressive in its scope and incisiveness, this dialogical analysis should challenge and provoke theological reflection of both Christian feminists and North American evangelicals. -- Douglas J. Schuurman, St. Olaf College ...the most careful, sustained, honest, in-depth reading of Ruether's work from an evangelical Christian perspective available. Engaging, forthright, creative, and challenging. -- James H. Olthuis, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto An interesting and important project. -- Ruth Groenhout, Calvin College An interesting and important project. -- Ruth Groenhout, Calvin College Impressive in its scope and incisiveness, this dialogical analysis should challenge and provoke theological reflection of both Christian feminists and North American evangelicals. -- Douglas J. Schuurman, St. Olaf College ...the most careful, sustained, honest, in-depth reading of Ruether's work from an evangelical Christian perspective available. Engaging, forthright, creative, and challenging. -- James H. Olthuis, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto

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