After fifteen years of scholarship and activism, Voices of Sophia presents a blog. Here, we present the voices of feminist theologians of all stripes: scholars, clergy, students, exiles, missionaries, workers, thinkers, artists, lovers and devotees, from many parts of the world, all children of the God in whose image women are made.
Voices of Sophia is a community of women and men in the larger community of the Presbyterian Church (USA) being reformed by God through the Spirit of the living Christ, and working toward the transformation of the church into a discipleship of equals. While we find our home in the Reformed tradition interpreted with a feminist critique, we welcome articles and conversation with those of many traditions, as well as those who may not consistently espouse the label “feminist.”
This blog seeks to glorify God through prayer, work, art, and intellectual reflection. Through articles and ensuing discussion we hope to become an active and thoughtful community.
We invite contributions of articles that meet one of the following criteria:
1) Well-researched original work in feminist theology, including book reviews;
2) Feminist reflections on Scripture;
3) Feminist reflections on ministry, activism, and other aspects of life and work;
4) Artwork, prayers and music.
Please submit articles by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions from women outside the “normal channels” of the institutional church and academy are especially welcome.
This blog is published in English. Submissions in Spanish or German are welcome, and will be translated into English prior to publication. We would appreciate the ability to translate from Korean, and seek a volunteer who would be able to do so.
Voices of Sophia may edit submissions for brevity or clarity. Submissions over 500 words may be published as a series instead of a single post.
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