This book explores the issues of power, authority and love with current concerns in the Christian theological exploration of feminism and feminist theology.
It addresses its key themes in three parts: (1) power deals with feminist critiques, (2) authority unpacks feminist methodologies, and (3) love explores feminist ethics. Covering issues such as embodiment, intersectionality, liberation theologies, historiography, queer approaches to hermeneutics, philosophy and more, it provides a multi-layered and nuanced appreciation of this important area of theological thought and practice.
This volume will be vital reading for scholars of feminist theology, queer theology, process theology, practical theology, religion and gender.
About the Author
Kerrie Handasyde is Senior Lecturer in Church History at Pilgrim Theological College and Adjunct Lecturer at Stirling Theological College, University of Divinity.Cathryn McKinney is Professional Supervision Program Coordinator at the University of Divinity, and an Honorary Postdoctoral Associate and Associate Lecturer at Pilgrim Theological College, University of Divinity, and chaplain at a women's prison.Rebekah Pryor is an artist, curator and early career researcher at the University of Melbourne.