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Date of Award
Master of Arts in Theology
School of Theology and Seminary
William J. Cahoy
Helen Rolfson, OSF
This examination begins with a look to the Russian sophiologist, Sergei Bulgakov and his application of the Wisdom/Sophia tradition of the Jews and early Christians to the modem understanding of Christology. Though developed completely independently from Russian sophiology, which is pervaded with an androcentric bias, feminist theology can apply some of the more positive aspects of sophiology--utilizing part of the Christian tradition to facilitate an understanding of the feminine divine.
Boller, Katie L., "Russian Sophiology and its Relevance for Christian Feminist Theology" (2003). School of Theology and Seminary Graduate Papers/Theses. 811.
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