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Feminist Theology and Christian Theology: Cartographies of Grace, by Serene Jones

The history of feminist theology may be read as a feisty conversation between feminist theory and Christian theology, a conversation that traditionally has emphasized the contributions feminism can and should bring to a Christian vision of the world. Serene Jones continues this creative dialogue in a book that is part of the series "Guides to Theological Inquiry."

Her most important contribution to feminist theology, however, is her assertion that the history of Christian doctrine has something to offer feminist theory. Jones's personal history as a participant in both feminist communities of women and the Christian community of the church has made her a dual ambassador, a skilled defender of both projects.

 

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