Congress on the Lutheran Confessions: Feminism and the Church

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Congress on the Lutheran Confessions: Feminism and the Church

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Feminism and the Church

Papers presented at the 2002 Congress on the Lutheran Confessions

186 pgs, paperback

CONTENTS:

Martin Luther on the Vocation(s) of Women
John A. Maxfield

Liberation Theology in the Leading Ladies of Feminist Theology
Roland Ziegler

She Shall Be Called Woman
Steven C. Briel

The Impact of Feminism on Politics and Culture in North America
Gene Edward Veith

Natural Law and Created Order in the Confessions: The Case of Marriage
Gordon Bynum

Forty Years of Female Pastors in Scandinavia
Fredrick Sidenvall

The Influence of Feminism on the LCMS (An Outsider's Perspective)
Klaus D. Schulz

Women Chaplains and Missionaries: The Slippery Slope toward Women's Ordination
John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.

Banquet Speech: Lutheran Identity? Never Give It Up
Daniel Preus

The Office of Prophetess in the New Testament
Rolf R. Preus

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