Gender in theology, spirituality and practice /
edited by Lisa Sowle Cahill, Diego Irarrazaval and Elaine M. Wainwright
London : SCM Press, c2012.
139 p. ; 22 cm.
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London : SCM Press, c2012.
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Dangerous thinking. Gender and theology / Regina Ammicht Quinn -- Gender, politics and the Catholic Church / Rebeka Jadranka Anić -- Theology in the context of reciprocity and complementarity between men and women / Bendito Ferraro -- The language of creation and gender / Luis Corréa Lima -- Creation: God, humans and the natural world / Heather Eaton -- Torah for women, confusing relations and a winged deity / Marie-Theres Wacker -- Women's leadership in the New Testament / Elsa Tamez -- Revisiting and reclaiming incarnation: An Asian woman's christological journey / Muriel Orevillo-Montenegro -- The Trinity: Gender and the role of dissonance / Patricia A. Fox -- Liberating renunciation: Contemporary feminist spirituality / Susan M. St Ville -- Gender and ecclesiology: Authorities, structures, ministry / Anne Arabome -- The Elizabeth A. Johnson case in the United States / Bradford E. Hinze & Christine Firer Hinze -- What is reality? Situating an ontological question / Paulo Suess -- The Arab Spring: Arab non-violence as a sign of the times / Drew Christiansen.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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