Table of contents for Jesus and the feminists : who do they say that He is? / Margaret E. KoĢˆstenberger.


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Part 1: Foundations                                        15
1 All We're Meant to Be: Feminism Confronts the Church   17
2 What's at Stake: "It's Hermeneutics!"                  25
Part 2: Jesus and Radical Feminism                         37
3 Mary Daly: Overcoming the Christian Fixation on Jesus  39
4 Virginia Ramey Mollenkott: Godding and Omnigender      43
5 Daphne Hampson: After Christianity, What?              50
Part 3: Jesus and Reformist Feminism                       61
6 Letty Russell: Liberated to Become Human               65
7 Rosemary Radford Ruether: Womanguides
and Women-church                                     74
8 Elisabeth Schiissler Fiorenza: Jesus' Alleged "Discipleship
of Equals"                                           87
9 Kathleen Corley and Others: The Case of the Crumbling
Paradigm                                            102
10 The Feminist Companion and the New Face of Feminism   113
Part 4: Jesus and Evangelical Feminism (Egalitarianism)   129
11 The Early Years: Emancipation                         131
12 The Maturing Movement: Increasing Complexity          1.54
13 Recent Contributions: Creativity and Consolidation    165



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Jesus Christ Person and offices, Feminist theology, Bible Feminist criticism