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March 16, 2017
On Thursday, March 16, Mimi Haddad will deliver a Plenary Lecture on the topic "Women's Radical Identity: A Strong Rescuer (Gen 2:18)", at Radical Revolution's 2017 Women's Conference. The conference takes place in College Park, Georgia from March 16 to March 18. More information on the conference can be found on the conference website. 
March 24, 2017
Mimi Haddad will offer a plenary address for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities 2017 Advancing Women in Leadership in Higher Education conference, March 24, 2017 at Biola University, La Mirada, CA. More information on the conference can found on the Biola website.
April 18, 2017
Dr. Mimi Haddad will be the guest speaker at Truett Theological Seminary's April 18, 2017 chapel service at 11 am, followed by lunch and dialogue in Truett’s Great Hall. Further information is available on the Truett website.
April 18, 2017
Dr. Mimi Haddad will address members of Truett Women in Ministry at a dinner hosted by the Center for Ministry Effectiveness 5:30 pm, Tuesday, April 18th at the First Baptist Church, Waco TX. Dinner is by invitation only. The lecture will be on the topic "Why Women’s Leadership is a Primary Issues: Wisdom from the Early Evangelicals.”  Lecture description: The early evangelicals were radical social reformers whose work was rooted in a theological conservatism that fueled not only abolition and suffrage, but also an evangelism that extended Christian faith well beyond that of previous generations. Their achievements were driven by a high regard of Scripture, an undaunted belief that all of life is made new through the Cross, and that our newness of life in Christ fue...
April 21, 2017 - May 20, 2017
This course explores the leadership, theological contributions and experiences of women from the Old Testament period through the twentieth century. In each era, we will also consider the historical, theological, and philosophical assumptions and events that supported, or more often, limited the fullest participation of women’s gifts and leadership in church and religious life. As the church continues to consider the scope of service and leadership open to women in the church and marriage, this course will explore the significance gender has played in shaping theology, ministry and Christian life. Readings, class discussion, multi-media and assignments will enable students to critique the significance of gender in the life of the church today. The course will be taught over 3 w...
April 28, 2017
As a child of immigrant parents, I often found myself negotiating three cultures and languages simultaneously. My parents were grateful to raise their daughters in a country where “women could become whatever they wanted,” yet the evangelical church was less than welcoming to women such as me. Through it all, the influence of patriarchy, culturally and theologically, continually challenged my sense of value and vocation. My greatest joy and liberation came through my journey with God as an egalitarian activist.
April 29, 2017
Christians working to end sex slavery recognize the crucial role churches have in reading Scripture without a male bias. Since the 1800s, Christians have challenged theological patriarchy as essential to their humanitarian work. This lecture will consider how the church developed a theology of abolition in concert with its humanitarian work and how theology has implications for Christian humanitarians today
April 29, 2017
Unlike today, Christian theologians have, through the ages, used feminine metaphors for God without apology. For them, this language was not only biblical but theologically rich in communicating the immanence and transcendence of God. By avoiding this language do we minimize the depth of our understanding of God? This lecture will consider the nature of language, the metaphors used of God, and the wisdom of relying only on masculine metaphors for people.
April 30, 2017
Effortlessly and without much explanation, Jesus welcomed the marginalized living on edges of his culture. His welcome was a great annoyance to his community, and even to his disciples. Yet, Scripture makes clear that the outsiders, denied dignity and welcome, were those Christ intentionally pursued.
April 30, 2017
Effortlessly and without much explanation, Jesus welcomed the marginalized living on edges of his culture. His welcome was a great annoyance to his community, and even to his disciples. Yet, Scripture makes clear that the outsiders, denied dignity and welcome, were those Christ intentionally pursued.

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