Comments: opinion

Fabulous list from Maggi Dawn - many thanks.

Elizabeth Johnson self-identifies as feminist and I think should be added to the feminist section, as her work is in some ways axiomatic.

Posted by Susannah Clark at Saturday, 15 August 2015 at 1:33pm BST

I love Maggi's blog! It my be that I have missed her somewhere, but I can't see Elizabeth Cady Stanton. I don't think she would have naturally thought of herself as a theologian, but the Woman's Bible of 1902 is a most important work!

Posted by Jeremy Pemberton at Saturday, 15 August 2015 at 7:39pm BST

Dorothee Soelle - one of the great C20 theologians period.

Posted by christopher wheeler at Monday, 17 August 2015 at 10:28am BST

Is it at all possible that one reason for the dearth of theological publications by women authors are not regarded as eminently saleable by the mainly male-dominated publishing houses?

After all, in their day - when the written word was not as accessible as it is today - women theologians were among the most credible articulators of spiritual experience. Hilda, Dame Julian, come readily to mind.

Is there such a thing as sexism in the arena of Christian publication?

Posted by Father Ron Smith at Monday, 17 August 2015 at 11:07am BST

Why, Father Ron, would Christian publication (of all places) be spared the sexism of EVERYWHERE else? O_o

Posted by JCF at Tuesday, 18 August 2015 at 6:35am BST
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