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After Eve: Women, Theology and the Christian Tradition (Women & religion) (edition 1990)

by Janet Soskice (Author)

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This volume takes the reader from Biblical times to modern feminism. The contributions range from a feminist interpretation of the Testaments, Paul on sexual identity, the Holy Spirit as feminine in the early Church and St Jerome and Karl Bath on women, to modern ideas on the Virgin Mary.
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Title:After Eve: Women, Theology and the Christian Tradition (Women & religion)
Authors:Janet Soskice (Author)
Info:Zondervan (1990), 192 pages
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After Eve: Women, Theology and the Christian Tradition (Women & religion) by Janet Martin Soskice

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This volume takes the reader from Biblical times to modern feminism. The contributions range from a feminist interpretation of the Testaments, Paul on sexual identity, the Holy Spirit as feminine in the early Church and St Jerome and Karl Bath on women, to modern ideas on the Virgin Mary.

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