Feminism Christianity

Author: Denise Lardner Carmody
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819178558
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Feminism Christianity from the Author: Denise Lardner Carmody. Seeking to uncover the places where feminism and Christianity, taken as deep spiritual paths, converge, the author shows that theism adds a dimension to life that the feminist movement needs. Conversely, she points out that Christianity can benefit from some of the messages that feminists are projecting. She focuses on the dimensions of divinity (theology), self (psychology), society (sociology) and nature (ecology). Her balanced perspective should appeal to both feminists and Christians of both sexes. Originally published in 1982 by Abingdon Press.

Feminism And Christianity

Author: Lynn Japinga
Size: 60.23 MB
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Feminism And Christianity from the Author: Lynn Japinga. The purpose of this book is simple: to introduce college and seminary students to the basic questions and issues in a feminist interpretation of Christianity. It explores the central ideas of Christian feminism, including its critique of patriarchy in Christianity, its recovery of the presence, actions, and ideas of women, and its construction of theology from a feminist perspective. What has been troublesome in Christianity for feminists and why? How have Christian feminists dealt with those issues? What resources are there in Christianity for the empowerment and encouragement of women?

Feminism And Christianity

Author: Caryn D. Riswold
Publisher: The Lutterworth Press
ISBN: 0718842855
Size: 67.94 MB
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Feminism And Christianity from the Author: Caryn D. Riswold. Why should feminists care about Christianity? Why should Christians care about feminism? In Feminism and Christianity Riswold presents a collection of concise answers to basic questions like these in order to generate discussion about how the two can challenge each other and can even work together in the twenty-first century. Situated firmly in the third wave of feminist activism and scholarship as well as in contemporary Christian theology, Riswold addresses issues such as race, class, gender, and sexuality with an affirmation of tradition alongside a push for change. This book is an opportunity for Christians to gain a fuller understanding of feminism, moving beyond stereotypes and assumptions and into history and contemporary society. Simultaneously this book is an opportunity for feminists to understand the ongoing relevance of a religion whose social power and core commitments can contribute to a vision of a just human community.

New Feminist Christianity

Author: Mary E. Hunt
Publisher: SkyLight Paths Publishing
ISBN: 159473285X
Size: 70.28 MB
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New Feminist Christianity from the Author: Mary E. Hunt. A collection of essays by proclaimed feminist Christians, discussing their accomplishments and examining the lasting problems that hinder women's participation in the Christian community.

Feminism In Christianity

Author: Deborah Belonick
Publisher: Orthodox Christian Publications
ISBN: 9780866420457
Size: 70.23 MB
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Feminism In Christianity from the Author: Deborah Belonick. Originally published: Syosset, N.Y.: Dept. of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1983.

Jesus Feminist

Author: Sarah Bessey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476717575
Size: 77.13 MB
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Jesus Feminist from the Author: Sarah Bessey. Written with poetic rhythm, a prophetic voice, and a deeply biblical foundation, this loving yet fearless book urges today’s church to move beyond man-made restrictions and fully welcome women’s diverse voices and experiences. Gender roles have been debated for centuries, and now Sarah Bessey offers a clarion freedom call for all who want to realize their giftedness and potential in the kingdom of God. Through a thoughtful review of biblical teaching and church practices, Bessey shares how following Jesus made a feminist out of her.

Swallowing A Fishbone

Author: Margaret Daphne Hampson
Publisher: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Size: 43.86 MB
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Swallowing A Fishbone from the Author: Margaret Daphne Hampson. Sarah Coakley, Daphne Hampson, Julie Hopkins, Janet Martin Soskice, Jane Shaw, and Nicola Slee engage in lively debate over the compatibility of feminism and Christianity.

Girl Defined

Author: Kristen Clark
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1493404881
Size: 60.35 MB
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Girl Defined from the Author: Kristen Clark. In a Culture of Distortions, Discover God-Defined Womanhood and Beauty In a culture where airbrushed models and career-driven women define beauty and success, it's no wonder we have a distorted view of femininity. Our impossible standards place an incredible burden of stress on the backs of women and girls of all ages, resulting in anxiety, eating disorders, and depression. One question we often forget to ask is this: What is God's design for womanhood? In Girl Defined, sisters and popular bloggers Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird offer women a countercultural view of beauty, femininity, and self-worth. Based firmly in God's design for their lives, this book helps women rethink what true success and beauty look like. It invites them on a liberating journey toward a radically better vision for femininity that ends with the discovery of the kind of hope, purpose, and fulfillment they've been yearning for. Girl Defined helps readers · discover God's design for femininity and his definition of a successful woman · uncover the secrets of lasting worth, purpose, and fulfillment · be equipped and empowered to live out a radically better vision for womanhood · gain personal insight through the chapter-by-chapter study guide

The Accidental Feminist

Author: Courtney Reissig
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1433545519
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The Accidental Feminist from the Author: Courtney Reissig. Many Christian women wouldn’t identify themselves as “feminists.” However, according to Courtney Reissig, we’ve all been influenced by the feminist movement in profound ways, unconsciously reflecting our culture’s notions about what it means to be a woman. Helping readers navigate a wise path in the midst of a confused world, this book chronicles the journey of a wife, mom, and successful writer as she recounts her journey from “accidental feminism” to a biblical view of womanhood. Filled with wise insights related to relationships, body image, and women’s roles in the home and the church, this thought-provoking book will help Christian women carefully consider these important issues.