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The second edition of this popular book has been updated and provided with a new Preface and bibliography, ensuring that it remains an indispensable introduction to feminist theology. The second edition of this highly popular Introduction includes a new preface and each chapter has been revised to keep it as up-to-date as possible. 'Introducing Feminist Theolog'y remains a lively and stimulating 'first read' for anyone embarking on feminist theology, as well as a first rate resource for those wishing to refresh their acquiantaince with it. Despite claims in some quarters that 'feminism' has been surpassed by 'gender' this book explains how vital a feminist agenda remains, and how much is still to be done, both at the theological and the practical level, to transform Christianity from two centuries of male-gendered discourse and ecclesiastical structure into a religion that adequately reflects the life of modern women.
Lisa Isherwood is Professor of Feminist Liberation Theologies and Director of Theology at the University of Winchester. Dorothea McEwan is the Archivist, The Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Studies, University of London. She is a founder member of the Britain and Ireland School of Feminist Theology and a former editor of the journal, Feminist Theology.