What is a feminist Christology? Why do feminist Christians see the need for such an account? Is Hampson right to think that no Christology can be both compatible with feminism and able to remain a within the bounds of orthodox Christian thought?
Critically evaluate two Jewish responses to the Holocaust examined in this course (i.e. two of Rubenstein, Fackenheim, Maybaum, or Berkovits). Which of your chosen thinkers provides the more convincing account and why so?