A thoroughly revised and updated edition of the most outstanding volume on women in Christianity
A classic in the field of religious studies since its original publication in 1977, Women and Religion has remained the definitive and most compelling documentary history of the relationship between Christianity and half of its membership. This new edition—completely revised by the original editors, renowned historian Elizabeth A. Clark and theologian Herbert Richardson, with the assistance of Gary Brower and Randall Styers—includes fully updated introductions, newly available source material, and incisive contemporary analysis. An invaluable resource for exploring the progressive history of women and Christian thought.
|Contributor(s)||Clark, Elizabeth A.|
|About the Contributor(s)||Clark, Elizabeth A.
Elizabeth A. Clark, a past resident of the American Academy of Religion, is the John Carlisle Kilgo Professor of Religion at Duke University.
|Publish Date||Nov 20, 1996|