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Maggi Dawn blogs about reading more women theologians

Maggi Dawn, Dean of Marquand Chapel and Associate Professor of Theology and Literature in the Divinity School at Yale, blogs about reading women theologians, and not just for their perspective on women’s issues. She cautions against assuming that men present ‘neutral’ theology, and that women provide less important secondary information solely from their perspective as women.

From the blog:

When people ask about “women theologians” the subtext is often “I need to read about “women’s issues” in theology so I need a female […]

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