Addressing faith and feminism on a world scale, this unparalleled booklet encompasses a nuanced and fine-tuned therapy of 7 of the world's religions from a feminist point of view by way of prime girls students. Feminism and international Religions comprises chapters on Hinduism by means of Vasudha Narayanan, Buddhism by way of Rita M. Gross, Confucianism by means of Terry Woo, Taoism by means of Karen McLaughlin and Eva Wong, Judaism via Ellen M. Umansky, Christianity via Rosemary Radford Ruether, and Islam via Riffat Hassan, besides a basic creation and a postscript by means of Katherine ok. younger and a preface by means of Arvind Sharma. the truth that those authors percentage a twin yet undivided dedication either to themselves as ladies and to their traditions as adherents imparts to their voices a prophetic caliber, and if Mahatma Gandhi is to be believed, even scriptural price.
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