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Re-Imagining the Divine

Confronting the Backlash Against Feminist Theology

by Laurel C. Schneider

  • 169 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Pilgrim Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Science,
  • Religion,
  • Theology - Feminine,
  • Christianity - Theology - General,
  • Feminism & Feminist Theory,
  • Sociology of Religion,
  • Feminist theology,
  • Christian Theology - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8182790M
    ISBN 10082981289X
    ISBN 109780829812893
    OCLC/WorldCa39545363

    She shows how many traditional ideas about divine power reject the female body and connection to the natural world. She looks at the work of female theologians in Judaism, Christianity, and various religions that worship "The Goddess" to explore the way in which they are re-imagining both divine and human power as embodied both in a changing Buy the book: $ used (97% off) $ new . The Divine Feminine at This blog is a sacred space for the voices of women from all faith traditions and spiritual perspective to explore and express the many dimensions of the Divine Feminine, Feminism & Religion Feminism and Religion is affiliated with the Women’s Studies and Religion program at Claremont Graduate University.

    Re-imagining the Divine by Laurel C. Schneider Book Resume: Religious feminism is at an impasse. Those offering new images and metaphors for the divine have been hit with a backlash - along with charges of heresy, idolatry, and self-aggrandizement. “The image of the Serpent, because of its association with life, rejuvenation, fertility, and regeneration, was a symbol of immortality. The coiled Serpent with its tail in its mouth was a circle of infinitude indicating omnipotence and omniscience.

    Get this from a library! She who changes: re-imagining the divine in the world. [Carol P Christ] -- Publisher Fact Sheet Noted feminist religious thinker and activist Carol P. Christ offers a vision of god/dess as continually re-creating the world in relationship with humanity. About the Book 'Re-Imagining Indigenous Medical Traditions in Travancore' is a research endeavor to comprehend and map the fundamental premises on which the Indian system of Medicine was anchored. The Indian System of Medicine had been all compassing and Universal in its philosophical precepts and practices not withstanding its regional particularities.


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Re-Imagining the Divine: Re-Imagining the Divine book the Backlash Against Feminist Theology Hardcover – March 1, byCited by: 7. Many traditional understandings of divine power begin with thinly disguised rejections of the female body and connection to the natural world.

Women theologians from Jewish, Christian, Goddess, and other traditions are re-imagining divine and human power as embodied, embedded in a changing world, and deeply related to all beings in the web of by: 6.

Carol Christ has written an engaging, thought provoking book with "She Who Changes: Re-Imagining the Divine in the World." The book is an exploration of the influence process theology has had on Christ's own notion of the by: Women theologians from Jewish, Christian, Goddess, and other traditions are re-imagining divine and human power as embodied, embedded in a changing world, and Price: $   Carol Christ began looking into the feminine divine in world religions during her graduate school experience at Yale.

In this book, she talks about the ideas of Process and Feminist Theology (or Thealogy) in a way that isn't too jargon-y and also laced with her personal spiritual journeys and thoughts/5.

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Schneider (, Hardcover)5/5(1). Many traditional understandings of divine power begin with thinly disguised rejections of the female body and connection to the natural world. Women theologians from Jewish, Christian, Goddess, and other traditions are re-imagining divine and human power as embodied, embedded in a changing world, and deeply related to all beings in the web of life.3/5(1).

Carol Christ has written an engaging, thought provoking book with "She Who Changes: Re-Imagining the Divine in the World." The book is an exploration of the influence process theology has had on Christ's own notion of the by: 6. “Panentheism” means that the world is “in” Goddess/God (because of infinite divine love and sympathy) and that Goddess/ God is “in” the world, which is her/ his body.

Divine love is the unifying principle that keeps the universe from decaying into chaos. 'She Who Changes is a gift to the world.

The style is clear, passionate, and utterly compassionate, building a sturdy bridge between process theology and feminist thought that is valuable beyond calculation.

After reading the book, I too will call myself a feminist process theologian.'Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. Click to read more about Re-Imagining the Divine: Confronting the Backlash Against Feminist Theology by Laurel C.

Schneider. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Laurel C. Schneider. All about She Who Changes: Re-imagining the Divine in the World by Carol P. Christ.

LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5. Carol Christ has written an engaging, thought provoking book with "She Who Changes: Re-Imagining the Divine in the World." The book is an exploration of the influence process theology has had on Christ's own notion of the divine/5.

Re-Imagining the Divine Confronting the Backlash against Feminist Theology. Book Review by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat.

Twitter Facebook Link Print. Share. Feminist theologies during the past decade have presented a series of revised images of divinity.

At the ecumenical Re-Imagining Conference, women articulated these ideas and were. Galatians Re-Imagined: Reading with the Eyes of the Vanquished, by Brigitte Kahl, Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press,pp.

This is one of the most scholarly works I have endeavored to read in a long time. I heard Walter Brueggemann discuss it at a talk in February, and it sounded fascinating. Since I had a preaching. Re-imagining the divine: confronting the backlash against feminist theology.

[Laurel C Schneider] -- Religious feminism is at an impasse. Those offering new images and metaphors for the divine have been hit with a backlash - along with charges of heresy, idolatry, and self-aggrandizement.

Women theologians from Jewish, Christian, Goddess, and other traditions are re-imagining divine and human power as embodied, embedded in a changing world. Mary Kassian is a member of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.

Mary is also the founder of Girls Gone Wise, an award winning author, internationally renowned speaker, and distinguished professor of Women's Studies at Southern Baptist Seminary. The book "The Shack" has had a significant impact on the culture and the church.

This good cautionary. She Who Changes: Re-imagining the Divine in the World by Carol P. Christ. Can we re-imagine divine power as deeply related to the changing world.

Can we re-imagine the creation of the world as an on-going process of co-creation in which every individual from particles of atoms to human beings plays a. Tags: Dante, Divine Comedy, literature This presentation will suggest that Dante’s journey through the earthly paradise in the second part of his Divine Comedy draws heavily on the journey of Cleopas and the unnamed disciple on the road to Emmaus in Luke Re-Imagining was a Minneapolis interfaith conference of clergy, laypeople, and feminist theologians in that stirred controversy in U.S.

Mainline Protestant denominations, ultimately resulting in the firing of the highest ranking woman in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).Re-imagining the Divine: Confronting the Backlash against Feminist The-ology.

By Laurel C. Schneider. Pilgrim Press, pages. $ Laurel Schneider invites feminist theologians to take their work with increas-ing seriousness as the backlash against it mounts.

In a well-researched and co.