Christian Doctrines for Global Gender Justice.
By: Daggers, Jenny.
Contributor(s): Kim, Grace Ji-Sun.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: 1 online resource (204 p.).ISBN: 9781137462220.Subject(s): Sex role -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Theology | Women in Christianity | Women''s rights -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Women''s rightsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Christian Doctrines for Global Gender JusticeDDC classification: 230.082 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Christian Doctrines for Global Gender Justice -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on the Cover -- Chapter 1: Surveying the Landscape of Doctrinal Imagining -- Imagining in Theological and Political/Cultural Context -- From Reimagining with Doctrines as "Subfield" to Inward and Outward Movements in Feminist Theology -- Contemporary Resonance of the Inward Movement of Feminist Imagining with Doctrine -- The Renewal of Doctrinal Theology through "Feminist" and Postcolonial Imaginings -- Introducing the Chapters of This Book as Intercultural Theology for the Churches
Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: Who Do You Say That I Am?: From Incomprehensible Ousia to Active Presencia: An Evangélica Reimagining of the Doctrine of God -- Introduction -- Through What Lenses Do We Hear, and with What Crayons Do We Color? -- A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Center . . . -- God "outside the Gate" -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3: The Green Cross: The Green Tree and the Oppression of Nature -- Introduction -- Ecotheology: Trees, Wisdom, and Connection to Earth -- Bonaventure and Hallgrímur Pétursson -- Notes -- Bibliography
Chapter 4: Ecological Evil, Evolution, and the Wisdom of God: Reimagining Redemption for Ecofeminist Religious Practice in an Age of Global Ecocide -- The Case against Ecofeminist Theology -- Soteriological Implications -- Out of Chaos -- The Wisdom of God -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5: The Holy Spirit and Black Women: A Womanist Perspective -- Particular Insight and Deeply Rooted, Unacknowledged, and Unconventional Wisdom -- Myriad Realities: History of the Radical Marginality of Black Women -- Enslaved Black Women and the Spirit in African Cosmology
The Spirit in African American Churches -- The Spirit Is in the Suffering and Struggle of Black Women -- The God of Creation: Working to Liberate Black Women -- The Spirit's Creative Power Calls Enslaved Women to Resist Evil -- The Freedom of the Spirit in Enslaved Women -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6: An Asian American Theology of Hope: Foreign Women and the Reign of God -- Introduction -- The Perpetual Foreigner -- Women as the Other -- Foreign Women in Ezra -- Intermarriage -- Welcoming the Foreigner -- Doctrine of Hope -- Notes -- Bibliography
Chapter 7: Mary: Liberated and Liberator -- Introduction -- Patriarchal Imagery in Catholic Doctrine -- Reimagining Marian Doctrine: Mary Liberated -- The Immaculate Conception -- Theotokos -- Virgin -- The Assumption -- Reimagined: Mary as Liberator -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8: Motherhood and the (In)vulnerability of the Imago Dei: Being Human in the Mystical-Political Cloud of Impossibility -- The Vulnerability of the Human Condition -- The (In)vulnerability of the Imago Dei -- Conclusion: The Mystical-Political Cloud of Impossibility -- Notes -- Bibliography
Chapter 9: Divine Grace and the Question of Free Will: A Feminist "Stumbling Block"?
This book develops creative imagining of traditional doctrines. Chapters show the effectiveness of Latina/mujerista, evangélica, womanist, Asian American, and white feminist imaginings in the furthering of global gender justice.
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