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Christian Doctrines for Global Gender Justice.

By: Daggers, Jenny.
Contributor(s): Kim, Grace Ji-Sun.
Material type: TextTextSeries: 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.
Contents:
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"?
Summary: 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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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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Elzbieta Adamiak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland Sheila Briggs, University of Southern California in Los Angeles, USA Amy Carr, Western Illinois University, USA Elise M. Edwards, Baylor University, USA Elizabeth O'Donnell Gandolfo, Furman University, USA Sigridur Gudmarsdottir, University of Iceland Hilda P. Koster, Concordia College (Moorhead, MN), USA Nantawan Lewis, Metropolitan State University, USA Loida I. Martell-Otero, Palmer Theological Seminary/Eastern University, USA Gina Messina-Dysert, Ursuline College, USA Linda E. Thomas, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, USA

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