Feminist Theology: Voices from the Past

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Some feminist women search for the roots of feminism in the recent past; others write the past off. Too many assume that religious traditions have nothing to offer feminism, so even when religious belief has been central to the inspiration of some of the most powerful campaigners for the value and worth of women, the significance of that belief has been ignored. Mary Wollstonecraft argued for the 'rights' of women'; Josephine Butler fought against the devaluation of women expressed in the Contagious Diseases Acts; ...

Feminist Theology: Voices from the Past 2001, Polity Press, Cambridge, England

ISBN-13: 9780745608686

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