Quaker Religious Thought


In Reframing the House: Constructive Feminist Global Ecclesiology for the Western Evangelical Church, Jennifer M. Buck places Friends theology in conversation with twentieth century theologians, Karl Barth and John Howard Yoder, and encourages twenty-first century evangelicals to learn from feminists in the two-thirds world. She offers Friends theology from Christ-centered traditions as a bridge between mid-century evangelicalism and current global feminism. For Quaker readers, her book shows a path toward creative and Spirit-filled engagement with majority world Friends.



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