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ChristianityNext: Women and Biblical Traditions

March 21, 2020

ChristianityNext Issue #4: “Women and Biblical Traditions” Winter 2020 is available now! Get your copy by donating to ISAAC at Vanco or contacting us at  info@christianitynext.org.

ChristianityNext Winter 2020 devotes to featuring Women and Biblical Traditions in order to unmask patriarchal epistemology. Navigating systems of power lack when women are excluded from the decision-making tables. Thus, in this issue we we seek to provide resources on gender inclusive pulpits through gender inclusive hermeneutics/exegesis.


“‘Imagining a More Equal Pulpit’: Realities from Research” by Deborah Hearn Gin

“The Daughters of Zelophehad: A Reaffirmation of God ’s Dominion Over the Earth Via the Imago Dei” by Sophia Magallanes-Tsang

“Excavation, Interrogation, and Incommensurability: Navigating Theological Landscapes as an Asian American Feminist Scholar” by SueJeanne Koh

“Yin-Yang and the Spirit Poured Out on all Flesh: An Evangelical Egalitarian East-West Dialogue on Gender and Race” by Amos Yong

“Gender Equality: A Spiritual Formation” by Breana van Velzen

Book Reviews

Young Lee Hertig.
The Tao of Asian American Belonging: A Yinist Spirituality
Reviewed by Peter C. Phan, Georgetown University

Néstor Medina, Alison Hari-Singh, and HyeRan Kim-Cragg, eds.
Reading In-Between: How Minoritized Cultural Communities Interpret the Bible in Canada
Reviewed by Russell Yee, Oakland, California

Jessica L. ChenFeng and Dana J. Stone.
Finding Your Voice as a Beginning Marriage and Family Therapist
Reviewed by Miyoung Yoon Hammer, Fuller Theological Seminary

Mai-Anh Le Tran.
Reset the Heart: Unlearning Violence, Relearning Hope
Reviewed by Charlene Jin Lee, Los Angeles, CA