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                  In Memory of Virginia Ramey Mollenkott

                  Oct 01, 2020 — Categories:

                  FaithTrust Institute shares the sorrow of Virginia Ramey Mollenkott's friends and family at her passing. She was a great supporter of FaithTrust Institute's work. Virginia was a powerful scholar who pushed forward feminist studies of religion and was an advocate for justice and equality. 香蕉视频app安卓

                  FaithTrust Institute shares the sorrow of Virginia Ramey Mollenkott's friends and family at her passing. She was a great supporter of FaithTrust Institute's work. Virginia was a powerful scholar who pushed forward feminist studies of religion and was an advocate for justice and equality.

                  香蕉视频app安卓Below is a wonderful remembrance offered by our friends at :

                  In Memory of Her: Virginia Ramey Mollenkott

                  The Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics, and Ritual (WATER), joins family and friends, the Evangelical and Ecumenical Women’s Caucus/Christian Feminism Today, and the Sisterly Conversations group at Kirkridge in mourning the death of our beloved friend and colleague Dr. Virginia Ramey Mollenkott.

                  香蕉视频app安卓Her long and unique life of committed scholarship, activism, and faithful witness made her a cherished member of many circles. She leaves a multitude of survivors. We at WATER appreciate her many contributions to the Alliance and we reverence her name.

                  Dissertations will be written about Virginia’s influential books, including her extensive consideration of the female nature of the divine, same-sex love, and transgender life. She was a scholar of John Milton and brought her considerable skills at textual analysis to Hebrew and Christian scriptures. She worked to make the language of Christianity more inclusive, the spirituality more palatable, and the whole enterprise more welcoming. As a pioneer on LGBTQI+ issues, and especially coming from an evangelical starting point, Virginia opened many doors and minds.

                  香蕉视频app安卓One of her many contributions to the field of feminist studies in religion was Virginia’s bridgebuilding between evangelical women and others who take a more philosophical approach to faith. She was a fearless critic of small-minded church officials, a stalwart advocate for justice on many fronts. She led the way when the way was not clear to many others.

                  She was also a wonderfully supportive mentor and friend to countless people. Stories abound of how her care and friendship saved people from the throes of despair, the brink of self-destruction. Such a learned companion in struggle is a great blessing.

                  Anne Linstatter offers a lovely obituary at . Virginia’s website  is a rich resource of information about her life and work.

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