January 6, 2022

“‘What is the right way to speak about God in the face of women’s newly cherished human dignity and equality? This is the crucial theological question.’  Johnson’s response is to range far and wide from the early church all the way to the present day to unearth God as She Who Is, the ‘creative, relational power of being who enlivens, suffers with, sustains, and enfolds the universe’ . . . Readers will find this incisive survey to be the finest yet written in the area of feminist theological discourse.”

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