Feminism and Religion

Rescuing Martha from the Dishes: A Challenge of Retrieval and Proclamation by Mary Grey - Part IIntroduction and Martha – Patron Saint of Housewives
Here I explore a troubling issue for feminist…View Post

Rescuing Martha from the Dishes: A Challenge of Retrieval and Proclamation by Mary Grey - Part I

Introduction and Martha – Patron Saint of Housewives

Here I explore a troubling issue for feminist…

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A Dream Too Far …? by Kelly Brown DouglasNot too long ago I heard an interview with Eugene Allen’s son.  The recently released movie, The…View Post

A Dream Too Far …? by Kelly Brown Douglas

Not too long ago I heard an interview with Eugene Allen’s son.  The recently released movie, The…

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Neo-Orthodoxy: The Apotheosis* of Power as Power Over by Carol P. ChristRecently I have been thinking about Neo-Orthodoxy, the leading  Protestant theological movement of…View Post

Neo-Orthodoxy: The Apotheosis* of Power as Power Over by Carol P. Christ

Recently I have been thinking about Neo-Orthodoxy, the leading  Protestant theological movement of…

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Letter to Allah by Jameelah X. MedinaWould we eat without the pangs of hunger? Would we drink without feeling thirst? Would we sleep…View Post

Letter to Allah by Jameelah X. Medina

Would we eat without the pangs of hunger? Would we drink without feeling thirst? Would we sleep…

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In Dreams I Trust by Annette AllenGrowing up in an agnostic family in 1950’s Britain, religion was never discussed.  So it seemed odd…View Post

In Dreams I Trust by Annette Allen

Growing up in an agnostic family in 1950’s Britain, religion was never discussed.  So it seemed odd…

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Values of Respect and Compassion for Others by Deanne QuarrieWe live in an age when there are overall changes in our society in the values of respect and…View Post

Values of Respect and Compassion for Others by Deanne Quarrie

We live in an age when there are overall changes in our society in the values of respect and…

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Stories from the Yoga Mat: Sleep as Spiritual Necessity (Part Two) by Marie Cartier

This is a follow up to my July 2013 blog: Stories from the Yoga Mat: Sleep as Spiritual Necessity.

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Stories from the Yoga Mat: Sleep as Spiritual Necessity (Part Two) by Marie Cartier

This is a follow up to my July 2013 blog: Stories from the Yoga Mat: Sleep as Spiritual Necessity.

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Matriarchal Societies of Peace Make Sound Social Policy by Carolyn Lee Boyd
The true measure of a society’s success should be the well being of those who live in it.  Are…View Post

Matriarchal Societies of Peace Make Sound Social Policy by Carolyn Lee Boyd

The true measure of a society’s success should be the well being of those who live in it.  Are…

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The Hot Seat
I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a male feminist lately.  As the only man to be…View Post

The Hot Seat

I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a male feminist lately.  As the only man to be…

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The Philadelphia Ordinations and Pope Francis in Rio by Alla Renée BozarthOn July 29, 2013,  I read the feminist theologian Mary Hunt’s fine account of Pope Francis’ visit…View Post

The Philadelphia Ordinations and Pope Francis in Rio by Alla Renée Bozarth

On July 29, 2013,  I read the feminist theologian Mary Hunt’s fine account of Pope Francis’ visit…

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