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Contents page of 'Where can we find her?'Searching for women's identity in the new church Edited by Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt

Where can we find her?
Searching for women's identity in the new church

Edited by Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt
published by Paulist Press, 1991.
Republished on our website with the necessary permissions


Preface Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt 1
Part 1 Searching For Women's Identity in Scripture    
Partners in the Mystery of Creation Dianne Bergant 11
"She Spent All She Had.....But Only Grew Worse"
Paying the Price of Paternalism
Karen A.Barta 24
Agent or Icon: Scriptural Images and the Anthropology of Women Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt 37
Part II Searching for Women's Identity in Society    
Let the Women Speak (No permission to publish online) Barbara Moran 57
Voices Speak Out of Fertile Silence Elizabeth McMillan 68
Patriachy: A Global Reality Dolores Greeley 80
The Receptive Partner Marilyn J. Gustin 92
Part III Searching for Women's Identity in the Church    
How Shall Our Church Teach Maryanne Stevens 103
Recovering a History of Partnership
American Sisters in the Nineteeth Centenery
Janet Ruffing 117
Women Deaconesses: Historical and Contemporary Explorations Ann Marie Caron 132
Part lV Future Directions    
Future Directions: Continuing the Conversation Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt 155
List of Contributors   164

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