Amanda is calling for a little help in looking for systematic or constructive theology texts written by
I’m working on a blog project, and I need some help.
Can anyone point me to systematic theologies written by women? In particular, from the Protestant, Evangelical, Anabaptist traditions?
I am most recently interested in religious/theological aesthetics, or more appropriately how particular religious communities have a theology of what is beautiful, ideal and normative and its relation to theologies of prosperity/ health and wealth (non)gospels.
Any suggestions for starters?
David Horstkoetter at The Other Journal has an excellent write up, explaining Black liberation theology, its differences with Latin@ Liberation theology, and basically why Glenn Beck got it wrong for the most part. Okay, he got it completely wrong. But don’t take my word for it: “Everyone in This Room is Now Dumber for Having Listened to [Him]” : Setting Straight the Insanity of Glenn Beck on James Cone and Black Liberation Theology.
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