What is feminism? The answer is not as simple as we might hope. Feminism consists of many streams and traditions. In fact, it might be more appropriate to speak of feminisms. How do we sort through the complexities? Margaret Köstenberger’s Jesus and the Feminists: Who Do They Say That He Is? helps readers sort through the different streams of the feminist tradition and how different groups of feminists have interpreted the person and work of Christ.
In a previous Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (15.2, Fall 2010), Micah Carter reviewed Margaret Köstenberger’s Jesus and the Feminists. Carter’s review highlights the different versions of feminism categorized and described in Köstenberger’s book; radical, reformist, and evangelical. Carter also briefly summarizes each group’s interpretive approach to the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.
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