Enacting the Divine: Feminist Theology and the Being of GodPhilosophy, Theology and Religious Studies Faculty Publications
AbstractThis 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.
Citation InformationRichard Grigg. "Enacting the Divine: Feminist Theology and the Being of God" (1994)
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