Wootton, Janet
September 2006
Feminist Theology: The Journal of the Britain & Ireland School o;Sep2006, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
The article talks about feminism. The injustices suffered by migrant workers at the hands of arrogant employers are described. The factors that drive people to migrate are given. It explores the nature of God and its relation with human nature. The development of religious ritual is discussed. The question of the relationship between gender and ministry is highlighted.


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