The Cambridge Companion to Feminist Theology

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THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO
FEMINIST THEOLOGY

Edited by Susan Frank Parsons Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology Cambridge

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Notes on Contributors ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgements xviii
  • Part One - The Shape of Feminist Theology 1
  • 1 - The Emergence of Christian Feminist Theology 3
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  • 2 - Feminist Theology as Intercultural Discourse 23
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  • 3 - Feminist Theology as Philosophy of Religion 40
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  • 4 - Feminist Theology as Theology of Religions 60
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  • 5 - Feminist Theology as Post-Traditional Thealogy 79
  • Notes 95
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  • 6 - Feminist Theology as Biblical Hermeneutics 97
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  • 7 - Feminist Theology as Dogmatic Theology 114
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  • Part Two - The Themes of Feminist Theology 133
  • 8 - Trinity and Feminism 135
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  • 9 - Jesus Christ 151
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  • 10 - The Holy Spirit and Spirituality 171
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  • 11 - Creation 190
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  • 12 - Redeeming Ethics *
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  • 13 - Church and Sacrament – Community and Worship 224
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  • 14 - Eschatology 243
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  • Index of Biblical Citations 261
  • Index of Names 262
  • Index of Subjects 266
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