Our Christian Feminism Today blogs offer our readers a unique opportunity to experience the words of contemporary Christian feminists (of all ages!) as they discuss a variety of compelling topics.
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Untold Volumes is a feminist theology poetry series from a variety of perspectives and faith traditions, featuring both established and emerging poets.
Untold Volumes poems explore the intersections of revisionism and remembrance, celebrations and speculations, doubts and fury, psalms and midrash. Readers are invited to engage with the difficult questions and challenges inherent in spiritual experience as the poetic lens condenses powerful insights and propels us toward rediscovery of the familiar.
ViewPoint is a blog in which different writers express their personal perspectives on various topics of current interest. It’s a blog of many voices.
ViewPoint is a forum for discussion. The Latin word forum referred to the ancient Roman public square, where people assembled to address matters of significance.
ViewPoint essays stand on their own and can address anything the writer is thinking about if the chosen topic would be of interest to Christian feminists. There’s a change of writers from post to post, unlike our other blogs which feature the same “regulars” in ongoing presentations or conversations.
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Frequently Asked Questions Blog
The Christian Feminism Today Frequently Asked Questions blog was created as a means of answering questions posed by website visitors (and members) about feminism, Christianity, Christian feminism, and our organization.
Rev. Dr. Rebecca Kiser and Dr. Anne Linstatter provide most of the answers to the questions posed by our readers.
In this blog, updated monthly, Janene Cates Putman weaves “theology, feminism, and the gift of gab” together in a series of interviews with fascinating feminists of faith. Janene’s goal in What She Says is to highlight people of diverse backgrounds, ages, theology, sexualities, and ethnicities and let their stories inspire and challenge the reader.
Reta’s Reflections is a series of Bible studies taught by Reta Halteman Finger. Whether she is teaching in a college or seminary classroom, or speaking to her readers through the pages of a book, or addressing attendees at an EEWC-Christian Feminism Today conference, Reta generously shares her gifts as a biblical scholar and communicator. Through this blog, an even wider audience can benefit from her insights. She is especially skilled in relating the Bible to today’s issues and in getting others involved in discussing the material she presents.
Lē Weaver created Where She Is to illuminate where and how we experience the Divine Presence. Their hope was to help readers learn that in releasing the stories we all create for ourselves, we will be better prepared to allow our lives to fill with Her love, kindness, and peace.
On the Where She Is blog the reader enjoyed essays, poetry, visual art, music, interviews, and more.
FemFaith is an intergenerational conversation among three Christian feminists: Kendra Weddle, Melanie Springer Mock, and Letha Dawson Scanzoni. The name comes from our desire to be “feminists, faithfully” and to show how our Christian faith and our feminism connect, draw upon, and foster growth in both areas.
The 72-27 blog was written by Letha Dawson Scanzoni and Kimberly B. George. As they launched it in the summer of 2008, they were aware that the digits of their respective ages were exactly reversed. Letha was 72 and Kimberly was 27, hence the title and the numeric nicknames they use for their posts. Letha Dawson Scanzoni and Kimberly B. George concluded 72-27 in November of 2011.