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Enacting the Divine: Feminist Theology and the Being of God
Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies Faculty Publications
  • Richard Grigg, Ph.D., Sacred Heart University
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Article
Publication Date
1-1-1994
Abstract
This essay's central claim is that there is an implicit motif in much of current feminist theology according to which God is a relation that human beings choose to enact. Discusses the concepts of feminist theology. God as a relation that human beings choose to enact; Feminist commitment to divine immanence; Centrality of relationship in human existence; Feminist enactment model of deity.
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Originally published:

Grigg, Richard. "Enacting The Divine: Feminist Theology and the Being of God." Journal Of Religion 74.4 (1994): 506-523.

Citation Information
Richard Grigg. "Enacting the Divine: Feminist Theology and the Being of God" (1994)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/richard_grigg/5/