L. DeAne Lagerquist
, Caryn D. Riswold
"Historical and Theological Legacies of Feminism and Lutheranism" In Transformative Lutheran Theologies: Feminist, Womanist, and Mujerista Perspectives
. ed. Streufert, Mary. Minneapolis: Fortress Press 2010 : 15-30
Caryn D. Riswold
"Inhabiting Paradox: God and Feminist Theology in the Third Wave" In Transformative Lutheran Theologies: Feminist, Womanist, and Mujerista Perspectives
. ed. Streufert, Mary. Minneapolis: Fortress Press 2011 : 45-56
Caryn D. Riswold
"Imago Dei and Coram Mundo: Theological Anthropology for Human Life Today, or The World is the Woman" In Probing Theological Foundations in an Age of Biological Intervention
. ed. Ratke, David C. Minneapolis: Lutheran University Press 2008 : 43-52
"Theological Meaning in Genetic Research and Evolutionary Theory" In Christianity and the Human Body: Proceedings of the ITEST Workshop, October, 2000
. eds. Brungs, Robert, and Marianne Postiglione. St. Louis, MO: ITEST Faith/Science Press 2001
This article brings science and theology into conversation by looking at the Human Genome Project through the lens of theological anthropology. For example, the biblical portrayal of Wisdom as the creative logic of the universe can absorb the insights into the connection of all life gained from the study of DNA, and Wisdom‘s embodiment in Jesus can challenge the discriminatory use of DNA.
"Letting the World Run Free: Luther, Romans, and the Call to Reform" In Reformation Readings of ROmans
. T&T Clark 2008
This article examines how Luther‘s early theology mines the resources of Romans to advocate for a theology of freedom and how that message reaches the masses more through preaching than his theological treatises.
"Martin Luther" In Empire and the Christian Tradition
. Minneapolis: Fortress Press 2007
This chapter is a biography of Martin Luther as seen through the lens of the politics of empire. I suggest that Luther‘s reimagining of religious freedom leads to a theology of resistance with respect to ecclesial and imperial authorities of the day, a theological perspective that unfortunately Luther himself does not always follow.
"The Cross, Friendship, and Empire" In Being the Church in the Midst of Empire: Trinitarian Reflections
. ed. Bloomquist, Karen. Minneapolis: Lutheran University Press 2007
This article utilizes my work on reimagining Christian vocation in terms of friendship rather than servanthood. I suggest that even though friendship seems too mundane a relationship to resist the politics of empire, it can be a surprisingly powerful mode of relation for cross-cultural connection and resistance to the powers that be, both within and outside of the church.
"Becoming a Feminist Theologian of the Cross" In Cross Examinations
. Minneapolis: Fortress Press 2006
This article is a condensed version of argument made in Crossing the Divide.
, Review of "Review of From Proverbs of Ashes: Violence, Redemptive Suffering, and the Search for What Saves Us,
by Rita Nakashima Brock and Rebecca Parker" In Dialog: A Journal of Theology