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Feminist Theology: Where is it Going?

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This article explores five stages of the development of feminist theology as a public theology. Starting with feminist theology in liberal Protestant seminaries in the US, it shows its development as multi-ethnic theology, then as international theology, including the third world, then as an interfaith theology and finally through transnational feminism. The article concludes with some suggestions about new horizons for feminist theology as a public theology in 2009.

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2009-12-01
2016-09-30

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