Woman's Transformations. A Psychological Theology
|Author: ||Hammett, Jenny|
Hammett unravels the many strands of liberal theology in an attempt to understand a literalized Father God. Essays include "Sin and the Image of the Feminine," "Creation and the Female-Male Image," "Goddesses as Symbols of Feminine Consciousness," and "Imaginal Consciousness: The Bridge Between."
"Hammett's major contribution is her presentation of the stages of development of the woman's animus: in religious life, woman's animus shifts from father God to the son God to eventual confrontation with woman's own masculine potential." -- Religious Studies Review