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What We Can Learn From The Cologne Incident: Political Feminism Is Vindicated, and Religion is Highly Relevant to Culture
‘   The mass sexual assaults in Cologne by North African migrants have elicited criticisms of the relatively muted reaction
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2015 in review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable
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Confessions of a Politically Incorrect Feminist Theologian (1)
  Faith and Feminism Can Make Strange Bedfellows  Published in On Religion Magazine Issue 12, Autumn 2015  www.OnlineReligion.co.uk Twitter: @OnReligionMag
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It’s Not as Bad as You Think: Women in Catholicism
Source: It’s Not as Bad as You Think: Women in Catholicism
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It’s Not as Bad as You Think: Women in Catholicism
It’s Not as Bad as You Think: Women in Catholicism The discovery of blogs and blogging has opened up a
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Non-Religious Women in the Church: In my last post I mentioned that, as a feminist theologian, I often find myself
However, female theologians from the secular sphere face their own particular challenges, and these challenges are both new and unique
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The X Factor Pope
When I read in the New York Times that Rolling Stone magazine had premiered a pop/rock track from an album
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The Confederate Flag and the Fight to End Racism
If you don’t understand the interconnections between all forms of prejudice, if you don’t understand what ‘white privilege’ means, you
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Marriage Equality, Pope Francis and Mary McAleese
The resounding ‘yes’ to marriage equality that resulted from Ireland’s referendum on the subject has provoked a great deal of
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The Surrogacy Red Herring: Referendum on Marriage Equality
She Needs Her Mother For Life, Not Just For Nine Months Why is the the ‘No’ side in the marriage
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