Reframing the House: Constructive Feminist Global Ecclesiology for the Western Evangelical Church (Paperback)

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Reframing the House: Constructive Feminist Global Ecclesiology for the Western Evangelical Church (Paperback)

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Reframing the House continues the conversation of global theology as the future of the church. Jennifer Buck tells how women's voices from Africa, Asia, and Latin America serve as a critique of Evangelical theology of the church in the West. Three voices are highlights here from the Majority world: Mercy Oduyoye, a Ghanaian feminist theologian as representative of Africa; Kwok Pui-lan, a Chinese feminist theologian as representative of Asia; and Maria Pilar Aquino, a Mexican feminist theologian representative of the Americas. Working with these women along with Quaker, political, and feminist voices, this work presents a constructive global ecclesiology, exploring areas such as salvation, sin, peacemaking, and more.
Jennifer Buck holds a PhD in Philosophy of Religion and Theology from Claremont Graduate University and an MDiv from Fuller Theological Seminary. She teaches theology, biblical studies, and practical theology at Azusa Pacific University and Hope International University, as well as serving in preaching and teaching roles at her church.
Product Details ISBN: 9781498278829
ISBN-10: 1498278825
Publisher: Pickwick Publications
Publication Date: June 2nd, 2016
Pages: 194
Language: English