Examines and criticizes Niebuhr's and Tillich's doctrines of sin and grace from the perspective of women's experience.
Examines and criticizes Niebuhr's and Tillich's doctrines of sin and grace from the perspective of women's experience.
...a carefully argued and important contribution to feminist theology, its final pages replete with suggestions for future analysis and construction in relation to other central Christian doctrines. * Religious Studies Review *...a gem of feminist scholarship: careful, committed, and convincing...Thoroughly documented and indexed, this study is highly recommended for graduate libraries; it is essential for seminaries. * CHOICE *...a gem of feminist scholarship: careful, committed, and convincing...Thoroughly documented and indexed, this study is highly recommended for graduate libraries; it is essential for seminaries. * CHOICE *...a carefully argued and important contribution to feminist theology, its final pages replete with suggestions for future analysis and construction in relation to other central Christian doctrines. * Religious Studies Review *
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ISBN
9780819108821
Publisert
1980
Utgiver
Vendor
University Press Of America
Vekt
299 gr
Høyde
217 mm
Bredde
136 mm
Tykkelse
17 mm
Aldersnivå
01, G
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Heftet
Antall sider
224

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Om bidragsyterne

Judith Plaskow is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Manhattan College.