WHEN THE WOMEN TAKE OVER
- WOMEN-CHURCH. Hunt, Mary E. // Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion (Indiana University Pres;Spring2009, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p85
Women-church is a movement of autonomous groups seeking to actualize "a discipleship of equals." It is an example of how a feminist concept, coupled with religious commitment, animates a women's movement. Elisabeth SchÃ¼ssler Fiorenza is an integral part of women-church, a theologian whose...
- Supernatural Power, Sexuality, and the Paradigm of "Women's Space" in Religion and Culture. Fornaro, Robert J. // Sex Roles;Feb85, Vol. 12 Issue 3-4, p295
Many traditional social scientists still hold to the analytical view that dichotomizes magic and religion. By placing magic and religion in discrete categories we underdetermine the extent of â€˜women's spaceâ€™ in religion and culture. In religion women were dipicted as subordinate...
- Sor Juana and the Guadalupe. Kennett, Frances // Feminist Theology: The Journal of the Britain & Ireland School o;May2003, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p307
Connections are drawn here between the writings of Mexico's most important seventeenth-century poet, Sor Juana InÃ©s de la Cruz (1650-92) and the development of the cult of the Virgin of Guadalupe, still today a dominant feature of Catholic worship in Latin America. Techniques of conversion...
- Feminist Re-imaginings of the Divine and Hartshorne's God: One and the Same? Christ, Carol P. // Feminist Theology: The Journal of the Britain & Ireland School o;Sep2002, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p99
I hope to open a wider dialogue between process philosophy (as expressed by Charles Hartshorne) and feminist spirituality. Process philosophy can help us to articulate the philosophical implications of feminist revisionings of divine power. Feminist spirituality can help us to understand the...
- The Devil in the Convent. Sluhovsky, Moshe // American Historical Review;Dec2002, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p1379
Examines the relations between group diabolic possession in late medieval and early modern convents and changes in female spirituality. Details of the mass demonic possession of the Ursuline nuns of Loudun in 1633-1640; Implications of gendered mass possessions in religious institutions;...
- Don't call these women brethren. HoganAlbach, Susan // Christianity Today;12/13/93, Vol. 37 Issue 15, p65
Reports on Church of the Brethren's sexism alleged by 25 women from the denomination. Change of the denomination's name to `Church of Reconciliation'; Statement issued by Church of the Brethren moderator Earl K. Ziegler.
- Struggles with faith in Judaism. Edwards, Lisa // Lesbian News;Jul95, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p68
Examines the reconciliation between the sexism of Judaism and the author's connection to the faith as a lesbian rabbi. Search for spirituality; Teachings that encourage people to build connections with God.
- Miracle stories reveal values of a religion. Ross, Susan // National Catholic Reporter;5/17/2002, Vol. 38 Issue 28, p33
Reviews the book 'The Book of Miracles: The Meaning of the Miracle Stories in Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam,' by Kenneth L. Woodward.
- Feminist Spiritual Evolution. Kuhner, Susan // Lesbian Tide;Oct74, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p10
Comments on feminist spirituality. Women's need to remember their great matriarchies and Amazon nations; Need to return to the Female Source of the universe; Spirituality of lesbians.