Feminist-maternal theology

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Cristina Lledo Gomez asserts that feminist theologies challenge the sin of patriarchy which is deeply embedded in the belief and praxis of the Christian Church. Further, in reviewing the mother image for the Church, Lledo-Gomez considers how feminist critique serves as a basis for a re-imagination of the Church as maternal, thereby giving voice to the voiceless. These emerging voices are from mothers who are becoming theologians, and together they are creating the 'maternal-feminist theological discourse', with the hopeful potential to enhance the institutional Church.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTheology and the people of God
Subtitle of host publicationSo we pray, so we believe, so we live
EditorsAnthony M. Maher
Place of PublicationStrathfield, NSW, Australia
PublisherSt Pauls Publications Australia
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)9781925494792
Publication statusPublished - 2021


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