Overview of contemporary theologians

Overview of contemporary theologians

who reject Rome’s assessment that ‘the issue has been decided infallibly’

The post-scholastic theologians either ignored the question of women priests (as an issue they considered settled for good) or indulged in rabid misogyny. See the synopsis on how post-scholastic theologians judged women.

where published Name/author position
Bulletin ET 8 (1997) 2, pp. 208-222 The Catholic Theological Society of America  
The Tablet
2 Dec 1995
Nicholas Lash Professor of divinity, Cambridge University, UK
9 Dec1995
Theol.Studies Sept1997
Francis A. Sullivan SJ
argument with Archbishop Bertone
Emeritus professor Gregorian University Rome
Commonweal 26 Jan 1996 Elizabeth A. Johnson, C.S.J. Professor of theology at Fordham University, New York
v. 48 (1996)
Gisbert Greshake Professor of theology at the University of Freiburg, Germany
US Catholic April 1996 Ann O’Hara Graff Professor of theology at Seattle University, Washington
In ‘Frauen Ordination’ 1996 Peter Hünermann Professor of theology at Tübingen University, Germany
Commonweal 9 Feb 1996 Sidney Cornelia Callahan Pastoral theologian and author, USA
US Catholic April 1996 David Knight Pastoral theologian and author, Memphis, USA
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