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In Memory of Her

Feminist Theological Reconstruction of Christian Origins

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01/03/1996

Publisher writes

More than ten years after it was first published, this book is as important and influential as when it first appeared. By way of celebration, Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza has written a new introduction, surveying responses and developments over recent years and the issues which arise from them, and commenting on her own intentions. This gives added value to what is already a classic.

Judges' and contributors' comments

John Saxbee: Argues for the retrieval of overlooked contributions of women in the early Christian Church so as to reclaim this history as of women and men. This remains a key text combining rigorous scholarship with controlled polemic in challenging patriarchal attitudes and structures.

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