The author brings into focus the history of conflict over the meaning of the Gospels for gender relations. The book highlights women theologians' work from early Christianity to the modern day, challenging the patriarchal paradigm of historical theology. She incorporates a plurality of women's voices to articulate feminist liberation theology today.
New to this edition:
- Selections from primary source documents
- Chapter timelines identifying key persons and events
- Suggested readings - both primary and secondary sources - for further research
Rosemary Radford Ruether's authoritative, award-winning critique of women's unequal standing in the church, which explored the complex history of redemption in evaluating conflict over the fundamental meaning of the Christian gospel for gender relations, is now in an updated and expanded edition. Ruether highlights women theologians' work to challenge the patriarchal paradigm of historical theology and to present redemption linked to the liberation of women. Ruether turns her attention to the situation of women globally and how the growing plurality of women's voices from multicultural and multireligious contexts articulates feminist liberation theology today.
Have a question about this product? Ask us here.