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February 15 2018, 10AM

Would you like to join us? We are looking to expand our blogging team.  In order to qualify, you must be a woman with experience in the academic study of Christian theology–either as a graduate student or as a professor–and committed to the ... [WIT Posts]

September 22 2017, 1PM

WIT welcomes Kristen Daley Mosier as a guest poster. Her full bio is available on her first post with our blog. In the aftermath of white supremacist violence, earthquakes south of the border, and a series of devastating climatic events in the Caribbean a... [Guest Post] [body of Christ] [Gender] [Nashville Statement] [sexual complementarity] [Trinity] [women's bodies]

September 1, 10AM

WIT welcomes Kathryn Bradford Heidelberger as a guest poster. Her full bio is available on her first post with our blog. In this cultural season, we are saturated with empathy; or, at the very least, empathy is in demand.1 The hit podcast S-Town was laude... [Guest Post] [empathy] [George Saunders] [Joseph Ratzinger]

August 21, 9AM

It is hard to know where to begin with this story. Is it a story of a woman whose great faith is something we are supposed to imitate? Is it a story of a woman who repeatedly beseeches Jesus for help, humbly accepting silence and insult with faithful trus... [WIT Posts] [racism]

June 22, 7AM

WIT welcomes Kristen Daley Mosier as a guest poster. Her full bio is available on her first post with our blog. Motherhood is a defining moment for many women. So for those of us who cannot, or choose not to, become mothers, how are we to understand ourse... [Guest Post] [artificial reproductive technology] [femininity] [Leonardo Boff] [motherhood] [pregnancy] [sacramentality]

June 20, 11AM

How many times have you, if you’re waiting or hoping for something to happen in your life, resisted talking about it, thinking you would jinx it? If you’re like me, you don’t want to “jinx” any number of things — from that new job you’re hop... [WIT Posts]

April 11, 7AM

Listen to Julia Feder, member of WIT, discuss the meaning of the cross on the Catholic Comments podcast.  Filed under: WIT Posts [WIT Posts]

March 27, 10AM

Women in Theology is happy to publish another guest post from theologian and educator, Alexis James Waggoner.  Waggoner is an adjunct professor and a minister of religious education. Her organization, The Acropolis Project (http://theacropolisproject.com... [WIT Posts] [fasting] [Justice] [Lent]

January 18, 11AM

Women in Theology is happy to publish a guest post from Alexis James Waggoner.  Alexis is a theologian and educator. She teaches at Belmont University and is the founder of The Acropolis Project (http://theacropolisproject.com), an organization dedicated... [Guest Post] [WIT Posts]

December 22, 11AM

WIT welcomes Kristen Daley Mosier as a guest poster. Her full bio is available on her first post with our blog. Over the summer, my spouse and I started to watch the show Orphan Black. I had read how innovative it is for turning gender stereotypes on thei... [Guest Post] [WIT Posts] [Cloning] [Orphan Black] [theology] [Trinity]

December 13, 9AM

Women in Theology is happy to publish a guest post from Alexis James Waggoner.  Alexis is a theologian and educator. She teaches at Belmont University and is the founder of The Acropolis Project (http://theacropolisproject.com), an organization dedicated... [WIT Posts]

November 23, 6AM

WIT welcomes Kathryn Bradford Heidelberger as a guest poster. Her full bio is available on her first post with our blog. I’ve recently been thinking about the connections between Gustavo Gutiérrez, the incomparable theologian who was integral to the d... [Guest Post] [liberation theology] [Shusako Endo] [Silence] [Theological Method]

July 16, 7AM

WIT is happy to publish another guest post from Nancy Blackman.  You can read her first post for WIT here.  She describes herself in the following way: “I love all things food like a female version of Anthony Bourdain. I am drawn to small gatherings ... [Guest Post] [WIT Posts] [hope] [Police] [Race] [violence]

July 9, 4AM

WIT welcomes Kathryn Bradford Heidelberger as a guest poster. Kathryn is a recent graduate of the Master of Divinity program at Princeton Theological Seminary where she focused her studies on systematic theology, gender and race issues, and pastoral care.... [Guest Post] [WIT Posts] [Karl Barth] [sin] [theologians]

June 3, 2PM

Women in Theology is happy to publish a guest post from Lauren Jones.  Lauren Jones is an ordained minister (itinerant elder) in the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME). She has served in parish ministry for over 10 years. She holds a Bachelor’... [WIT Posts]

June 1, 6AM

WIT welcomes Kristen Daley Mosier as a guest poster. Kristen is in the midst of coursework for a PhD at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois. She completed an MDiv in Seattle from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2012. Her studies ... [Guest Post] [WIT Posts] [artificial reproductive technology] [children] [motherhood] [pregnancy] [women's bodies] [women's health]

May 25, 11AM

WIT is happy to publish a guest post from Nancy Blackman.  She describes herself in the following way: “I love all things food like a female version of Anthony Bourdain. I am drawn to small gatherings with meaningful conversation and have learned ... [Guest Post] [WIT Posts] [commitment] [courage] [Korean culture] [Naomi] [Patriarchy] [Race] [Ruth] [Western culture]

May 22, 12 PM

I’m sitting here in bed on a Sunday afternoon thinking about how I should be at church today. I’m sitting here in bed on a Sunday afternoon while my toddler rolls around in his crib not napping because he’s been crazy all day, thinking about how I s... [WIT Posts] [children] [Mass]

March 30, 2PM

The women of WIT are excited to announce the addition of new regular contributors and guest posters to the blog! We received applications from women all around the world who are engaging theology from a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives. We had... [WIT Posts]

January 16, 1AM

New Deadline: Friday, January 22, by midnight WIT has received many wonderful applications over the past six weeks (FYI: deliberations haven’t occurred yet). Because many of these applications came in the last day of the call, WIT would like to exte... [WIT Posts]

December 19 2015, 12 PM

In the following, we at Women In Theology offer a statement of solidarity with all victims of Islamophobia.  We encourage you to “sign” this letter by re-posting it in full on your blogs, facebook pages, and other social media platforms. W... [WIT Posts]

December 1, 9PM

Would you like to join us? We are looking to expand our seven-person blogging team.  In order to qualify, you must be a woman with experience in the academic study of Christian theology–either as a graduate student or as a professor–and commi... [WIT Posts]

September 30, 1PM

WIT is delighted to bring you the following guest post from Rosa Manriquez, IHM.  We are particularly grateful for her unique perspective and powerful witness. Rosa is a mother and grandmother, a member of the Immaculate Heart Community, a Roman Catholi... [Guest Post] [lgbt] [experience] [sexism] [colonialism] [family] [Prayer] [Pope Francis] [Junipero Serra]

June 9, 7AM

Guest Post! Guest Post! Christina Gebel is a freelance writer and photographer. She has an undergraduate degree in theology from Saint Louis University and a Master of Public Health degree from Boston University. She currently lives in Boston, MA working... [WIT Posts]

February 5, 9PM

Guest post! Guest post! Danica is a journalist, a mobile yoga studio owner and a metal rocker (and she and Elizabeth have known each other since they were ten years old!). She is also a transgender woman who distanced herself from the Catholic Church—t... [WIT Posts] [flourishing] [Sex] [Transgender experience] [women who are awesome] [Women's Experience]

April 26 2013, 11AM

Finally, dear readers, the time has come: the women of WIT are pleased to announce the addition of five new members, whom we are excited to introduce below. We’d like to say first that when we put out a call for new bloggers back in February, we act... [Uncategorized]

March 27, 11AM

As the United States Supreme Court hears oral arguments today challenging the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, which prevents legally-married same-sex couples from having their marriages recognized by the federal government, we offer the ... [WIT Posts] [coming out] [DOMA] [Feminist theology] [lgbt] [solidarity] [Trinity] [Women's Experience]