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Divine Words, Female Voices: Muslima Explorations in Comparative Feminist Theology (edition 2018)

by Jerusha Tanner Lamptey (Author)

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Interreligious feminist engagement is a legitimate and vital resource for Muslim women scholars seeking to articulate egalitarian interpretations of Islamic traditions and practices. Acknowledging very real challenges within interreligious feminist engagement, 'Divine Words, Female Voices' uses the method of comparative feminist theology to skillfully navigate these challenges, avoid impositions of absolute similarity, and propose new, constructive insights in Muslima theology.… (more)
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Title:Divine Words, Female Voices: Muslima Explorations in Comparative Feminist Theology
Authors:Jerusha Tanner Lamptey (Author)
Info:Oxford University Press (2018), 312 pages
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This book encourages Muslim theologians to enter with humility and openness into the valuable terrain of feminist scholarship from different faith traditions.
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Interreligious feminist engagement is a legitimate and vital resource for Muslim women scholars seeking to articulate egalitarian interpretations of Islamic traditions and practices. Acknowledging very real challenges within interreligious feminist engagement, 'Divine Words, Female Voices' uses the method of comparative feminist theology to skillfully navigate these challenges, avoid impositions of absolute similarity, and propose new, constructive insights in Muslima theology.

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