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Theologian, Feminist, Ballerina, Mentor, and Friend: A Tribute to Dr. Ann Loades (1938–2022)

By: Mimi Haddad | January 31, 2024

A tribute to the late Dr Ann Loades by Mimi Haddad, who was privileged to have her as her doctoral supervisor at Durham University.

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From Exception to Norm? Women in Theology

By: Ann Loades | January 31, 2024

This St Andrews University School of Divinity 2022 Smith Lecture tracks pioneering women theologians from the 14th century Julian of Norwich onwards, showing how they made their contributions both while outside of and, later, from within academia.

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The Theological Quest of an Indian Woman: Dogma, Doubts, and Debates in Pandita Ramabai’s Early Christian Life

By: Chongpongmeren Jamir | January 31, 2024

Pandita Ramabai of India was an unorthodox theologian who, as a scholar of Hinduism and Christianity, approached Christology as a quest for truth.

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Editor's Reflection: Autumn 2023

By: Havilah Dharamraj | November 2, 2023

The Autumn issue of Priscilla Papers includes five articles and a book review that examine women's roles in church history.

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Georgina Gollock (1861–1940) and World Christianity

By: Ian Randall | November 2, 2023

Georgina Gollock (1861-1940) was a key figure in the development of what came to be known as “World Christianity.

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The Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy and Women in Leadership

By: Mimi Haddad | November 2, 2023

The robust role of women in the forefront of American church history was curtailed by the complementarian position male scholars took in the fundamentalist-modernist controversy of the second half of the 20th century. 

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The Kandake: A Missing History

By: Heather Preston | November 2, 2023

The Kandake, queen of Ethiopia (Acts 8:27) may have played a more significant role in the spread of early Christianity to north Africa than history has acknowledged.

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The Biblewomen of South India: A Professional Pathway to Dignity and Empowerment

By: Philip Malayil | November 2, 2023

The Biblewomen of colonial India formed the crucial bridge across the cultural and language divide between western missionaries and the Indian womenfolk.

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