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Volume

Vol. 32

Contents

Volume 32 of The Bulletin of Ecumenical Theology is available for purchase by contacting Dr. Peter Osuji at Duquesne University. After two years, issues are made freely available through the Duquesne Scholarship Collection.

  • Editorial
  • Margaret Belcher and the Calabar Remand Home: ‘Saving’ Trafficked Children in Colonial Nigeria 1950s, Robin P. Chapdelaine
  • Violence Against Women: Some Lessons from the Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Josée Ngalula, rsa
  • Rethinking Agency for Women Prostitutes: a Transformative Personal Encounter, Sr. Maria Nkiruka Okafor
  • Dismantling Gender—Evaluating Challenging West African Approaches to Gender Roles and the Study of Gender, Etchi Besem Oben
  • Endless Equivocation: The Feminine as Thought by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger and Emmanuel Levinas, Marie Baird
  • Women in Leadership Positions in the Bible and an African Culture: A Perspective from the Story of Deborah (Judges 4:1-24), Ignatius M. C. Obinwa
  • Women’s Ordination: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, George S. Worgul Jr
  • Book Reviews

Publication Date

2020

Document Type

Complete Issue

Keywords

gender

Language

English

Volume 32 — Gender, Society, and Religion: Can Christianity Challenge Women's' Oppresion?

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