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Streufert, Mary

Mary is the director for the Justice for Women program at the ELCA's church-wide office. She received a Ph.D. in theology at Claremont Graduate University. Twenty-one years ago, three important things happened for her at Holden Village: First, she met her spouse, Doug Wold. They live in working class suburban Chicago with three sons, Jules, Evan, and Mattias. Second, she read feminist theology for the first time. After wading through Mary Daly's –Gyn/Ecology: The Metaethics of Radical Feminism, she finally had language for her experience. Third, Holden shaped her understanding of community and the body of Christ. Mary continues to explore the significance of the body of Christ. You can read more about what she thinks in Transformative Lutheran Theologies: Feminist, Womanist, and Mujerista Perspectives, which she edited in 2010 with Fortress Press.

Recordings

Who Do You Say That I Am? Does Violence Save Us?

Presenter: Streufert, Mary / 2002

Who Do You Say That I Am? How Are We Saved?

Presenter: Streufert, Mary / 2002

Who Do You Say That I Am? Divine or Human? What is Jesus?

Presenter: Streufert, Mary / 2002

Who Do You Say That I Am? What Does the End Mean?

Presenter: Streufert, Mary / 2002

Who Do You Say That I Am? Looking at Christology

Presenter: Streufert, Mary / 2002

Lutheran Christology…Say What?

Presenter: Streufert, Mary / 2002

Vespers August 4, 2011

Presenter: Streufert, Mary / 2011

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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