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Links to All the Posts and Pages on Christian Feminism Today

In the first column are links to the miscellaneous pages on the site, the Articles section, the FemFaith blog, Movie Reviews, Music Reviews, and the 72-27 blog. In the second column are links to Christian Feminism Basics, the Frequently Asked Questions blog, Conference and Gatherings, and Book Reviews. In the third column, you’ll find the Reta’s Reflections, ViewPoint, and Where She Is blog links.

Articles

Ora et Labora (Prayer and Work): A Sermon of Mary and...

Women are forced to partake in ferocious competition for limited resources instead of being immersed in a faithful community where there is not only enough for all but in which all are valued.
Rev. Erica Lea

At First Blush

Becoming

Kimberly B. George

The Work is Not Done

Colleen Fulmer

Finding Colleen Fulmer

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Songs as Yet Unsung

Doves

My Journey to Feminism

Taking Leaps of Faith

God’s Call

Rev. Elder Nancy Wilson

Come to the Table

Mary Daly

Remembering Mary Daly

Mary Sidney

Mary Sidney

Tenure Downturn

Unbinding The Gospel

Real Life Evangelism

My Pastor

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Calling Her by Name

God the Mother

God The Mother

Dreadlocked Mom

The Inclusive Bible

Subject, Once Again

Empty Pew

An Empty Pew

FemFaith Blog

A FemFaith Farewell

"But yet, it’s not really an end. Those of you who are just now discovering the FemFaith discussions can be assured its archives will remain, and the topics of our posts are as relevant today as when we wrote them."

Movie Reviews

Wonder Woman: A Divine Feminine Myth for our Time

Warner Brothers, 2017 Directed by Patty Jenkins Screenplay by Allan Heinberg A review essay by Dr. Christy Sim In one of my recent articles for Christian Feminism Today,...

Suffragette

Higher Ground

Music Reviews

The Beautiful Not Yet by Carrie Newcomer

My first listen to this album was during the commute between my hospice patients’ homes. I was reminded that there are many points of light and joy in a world that seems so dark and inhospitable to the people of God. We hold on to "The Slender Thread" of our faith and hope, because love always calls us back. Always.

72-27 Blog

“When One Woman Cries. . .”

Hi Kimberly, We seem to have come full circle, having begun this blog three and a half years ago with a discussion of Betty Friedan...
Letha Dawson Scanzoni and Kimberby B George

Election Woes

Christian Feminism Basics

Introduction to Christian Feminism

What happens in the life journeys of some Christian women and men that leads them to embrace the egalitarian concepts of Christian feminism, while other Christians live their lives convinced that the Bible teaches a hierarchical, patriarchal, “complementarian” view of gender?

Frequently Asked Questions Blog

Where can I find music and hymns that use inclusive language?

Hymns, anthems, and other songs that don’t jolt women out of their seats are available and becoming more widely used. “I will make you fishers of men” is so last-century.
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What does EEWC-CFT do?

Conferences and Gatherings

2016 Christian Feminism Today Gathering

Too, we are committed to equality for all people, believing that God’s gifts are not given through roles but through individual gifts to be developed and celebrated. We strive to show empathy, to create an atmosphere of acceptance and love. We are educated and enjoy being challenged by what we learn.

Saving Women from the Church: How Jesus Mends a Divide

Many more situations are addressed through two stories illustrating a hurtful issue women face in church. Each of these scenarios is followed by an elaborate semi-fictitious version of a gospel story depicting how Jesus treated the suffering woman.

Hagar Poems

The Awakening

A Woman of Salt

Bethlehem Road

Bethlehem Road

My Life So Far

My Life So Far

Love Wins

The Help

Refuge From Abuse

Silent Lives

Jesus Girls

Horses, Martyrs, and Meteors—Revelation 6:1-17

"Church members in western Asia Minor did not need a university education to understand this cycle of conquest, war, famine, and death. In the ancient world where Rome ruled, it was always happening somewhere. These four broken seals revealed horrors they understood."

Report from the 2017 UN Commission on the Status of Women...

It was empowering to connect with women and men from around the world who are doing vital work for women’s economic empowerment inextricably linked to our overall empowerment.

An Epiphany

My First Gay Pride Parade— #ResistMarch

My Episcopal church participated, as did many other churches. Quite a few signs were carried by people coming from a specifically Christian perspective. “This is the gay that the Lord hath made” was my favorite, carried by a young man.