Building a Tradition of Christian Gender Studies

And then I encountered Gender and Grace. It was eye-opening . . . .


Kristin Du Mez

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Gender and Grace 25 Years Later

An interview with author Mary Stewart van Leeuwen


Kristin Du Mez

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Ruth Pregnant

I bask beneath this eye, / sun roving our marriage / bed, sheets bunched . . . .


Ruth Emerson

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Not Counting Women and Children

“And those who ate were five thousand men, not counting women and children” (Matt 14: 21). . . . What if women and children were included in the count?


Christiana de Groot

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Gender Is Not a Virtue

When did gender become associated with virtue?


Megan K. DeFranza

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Consumed

Grapes, sweet and cool, / ornament the table. . . .


Ruth Emerson

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Transforming African Cultural Gender Relations through Christ

Patriarchy in Africa and its attendant powerlessness, poverty, exclusion, exploitation and oppression . . . make it imperative that the African church and African Christian theologians work together to let Christ emerge . . . .


Angela Dwamena-Aboagye

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Women in Leadership: Achieving Mission

The discussion was no longer around theological arguments over the role of women but around strategies to make change happen faster in order to be most effective in achieving institutional mission. . . .


Janel Curry

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Mothering in the Valley of the Shadow of Death

“Baby loss,” as it’s called by those who experience it, is more common than many realize . . . .


Jenell Paris andJanel Kragt Bakker

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Taming of a Firebrand

More’s writing might have been fierce, but Prior’s More is tame. . . .


Laura McGrath

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Getting Bro-propriated

A woman says something in a meeting. It is barely acknowledged. Later in the meeting, a man says the exact same thing, whereupon everyone agrees that it is, indeed, the solution to every problem. . . .


Meg Jenista

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malcolmmcbrydeSeptember/October 2015