Tag Archives: Faith & Feminism

Faith & Feminism: ‘I yam as I yam’

TweetThis guest post from Reverend Guo Cheen, a dear friend, continues our Faith & Feminism series. See Reverend Cheen’s full bio after the jump. She would like extend an invitation to the whole Feministing community to join the diverse voices at an upcoming conference which she is co-creating called Alchemy of Our Spiritual Leadership: Women [...]
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Faith & Feminism: Can the master’s tools dismantle the master’s house?

TweetThis beautiful guest post from John Freml, who incidentally, studied with our last guest blogger, Caryn D. Riswold, continues our Faith & Feminism series. See John’s full bio after the jump, and be in touch with Courtney_at_feministing.com if you’d like to contribute a future column. I’d especially love to hear some reflections by feminists with [...]
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Faith & Feminism: Here I Stand, Without the Goddess

TweetThis powerful guest post from Caryn D. Riswold, who I met a few years ago while speaking at Illinois College, continues our Faith & Feminism series. See Caryn’s full bio after the jump, and be in touch with Courtney_at_feministing.com if you’d like to contribute a future column. Reading Sue Monk Kidd’s spiritual memoir, The Dance [...]
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Faith & Feminism: Sobriety through feminist spirituality

TweetThis courageous guest post from Karina Keeley continues our Faith & Feminism series. See Karina’s full bio after the jump, and be in touch with Courtney_at_feministing.com if you’d like to contribute a future column. I wasn’t raised religious, or spiritual, atheist or agnostic—I was raised ‘indifferent’, as I like to call it.  Not to say [...]
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Faith & Feminism: On Joy, Identity and Patriarchy

TweetThis provocative and brave guest post from Anna Batler continues our Faith & Feminism series. See Anna’s full bio after the jump, and be in touch with Courtney_at_feministing.com if you’d like to contribute a future column. While studying at an Orthodox Jewish women’s seminary in Israel, I attended a series of lectures by prominent Orthodox [...]
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