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- Toward a Comparative Theology of Liberation
- Being Feminist, Being Christian
- Women and Spirituality
- SELAYANG PANDANG TENTANG TEOLOGI FEMINIS DAN METODE BERTEOLOGINYA
Toward a Comparative Theology of Liberation
Being Feminist, Being Christian
They have fought against the patriarchal society supported by culture and religion. Many women have struggled for their self-respect, justice, and freedom. They have wanted to have an equal right and obligation with man either in church or in society. The aim of this paper is to describe the background of the rise offeminist theology and the richness of Feminist theological method. Brown, L. Christ, Carol P dan Plaskow, Judith, peny.
Women and Spirituality
They have fought against the patriarchal society supported by culture and religion. Many women have struggled for their self-respect, justice, and freedom. They have wanted to have an equal right and obligation with man either in church or in society.
SELAYANG PANDANG TENTANG TEOLOGI FEMINIS DAN METODE BERTEOLOGINYA
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Back to basics: The 'Almighty Father' revisited. The article focused on the questions of how male dominance came about in theology and the church, what makes it so persistent and what can be done. It argued that patriarchy is based on androcentric ways of thinking, feeling and acting that colour all of culture and society.
Beattie argues that gender theory restores to theology the forgotten wisdom of its own tradition with regard to language and the interpretation of scripture. However, she cautions against the Manichaean seductions of postmodernism, arguing that the theology of gender must be rooted in the goodness of creation, including the human created male and female in the image of God. Analysing differences between Protestant and Catholic theologies in terms of grace and sacramentality, and with reference to Christian mysticism, she argues for a contemplative, sacramental theology of gender that is open to the divine mystery, animated by desire while remaining attentive to the distorting effects of sin on desire, and actively expressed in love of neighbour and of creation. Keywords: gender studies , sacramentality , sexual difference , postmodern theology , mysticism , linguistic turn. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase.
Comparative Theology is a promising academic discipline. Yet, Comparative Theology appears to lag behind liberation theologies when it comes to addressing unjust and oppressive social realities.