Evangelical feminism consists of those who hold to evangelical theology (authority of Scripture and the sufficiency of Christ as saviour). They argue for a non-hierarchical relation of full equality and reciprocity between man and woman. Christian feminism includes feminists who, while not evangelical, work from a commitment to the Christian faith, however they understand it. Religious feminism consists of feminists who do not identify with Christianity but whose beliefs nevertheless include a religious worldview. Read the full article.
Author: Robert Letham, Wales Evangelical School of Theology, Bridgend, Wales, UK
Source: Themelios, volume 17, issue 3