An article discussing the opportunities with studying theology in USA. (in Finnish)
A column making the case for the urgent contribution of feminist theology in the church. (in Finnish)
An article re-evaluating the significance of Birgitta of Sweden as a 14th century female mystic, a church leader and a visionary theologian. (in Finnish)
An article discussing the importance of feminist perspectives in theological work. (in Finnish)
This article recounts my journey of becoming a Lutheran feminist theologian. Drawing on insights from both Lutheran and feminist traditions, I propose a shift in Christian vocation imagery from that of servant to friend, arguing that the call to friendship includes subverting global structures of domination. I end with an invitation to join the expanding conversation about how Lutheran and feminist frameworks address the needs of our contemporary world.
These articles represent attempts to think theologically about living with stage IV cancer.
This article addresses the challenge of hoping for more—both in this life and the next—while facing a stage IV cancer diagnosis.
This is an op-ed piece arguing for a critical traditionalist hermeneutic that avoids both literalism and liberalism in reading the biblical texts most frequently used to condemn homosexuality.