Mimi Haddad will be teaching CH575 at Fuller Seminary this spring, from April 1 through June 14. The course format is Hybrid+, which combines online and on-campus learning. The on-campus portion will be held on Fuller's Houston campus May 6-10.
This course is an introduction to the leadership, theological contributions, and experiences of women from the early church period through the twentieth century. In each era, we will also consider the historical, theological, and philosophical assumptions that supported, or more often, limited the fullest participation of women’s gifts and leadership in church and religious life. As Christians continue 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.
CH575 is only available to current Fuller master's students in the Schools of Theology or Intercultural Studies. To learn more about Fuller Seminary, click here.