Thursday, October 07, 2004

I Art Loosed!

The Feminarian is delighted to get props from one of her favorite blogs, The Revealer.

Read The Revealer. Sign up for their daily email. And I don't just say this because they say nice things about me....it's a serious and important voice calling for better religion coverage in the press.

http://www.therevealer.org/archives/timeless_000980.php

6 comments:

Bev said...

Feminarian,

I found you today through the Revealer and I am glad to see other Seminary students out there blogging about their experiences. Keep up the good blogging!

Bev - Union Theological Seminary M.A. Entering class of 2004!

funknlatte said...

hey!

also found you c/o revealer. checked you out, sent you to all my seminary friends. most of us are doing some kind of catholic feminist theology/religious studies ph.d. hoo-hah.

QUOTE: "awwwww, look. baby feminist seminarian!
(remember when we were young + hopeful like that?)"

now you'll have a cult following from coast to coast! and if you ever need a break from your setting, just send the word. good feminist hospitality awaits you-- at least in the northeast + in the bay area.

from this side of dissertation hell, we all salute you.

welcome to the fold!

Wormwood's Doxy said...

I found you through The Revealer. I think I pretty much fall in the same camp---socially liberal and theologically conservative (if that's taken to mean adherence to the Nicene Creed and an Anglo-Catholic approach to faith and worship).

I'm really looking forward to reading your blog. Good luck with your work!

ding said...

already i've added you as a favorite! i have several female friends who've gone, or are going, through seminary so i wish you luck!

cosidad said...

Hang in there regarding worship! You are right on - and much needed in the Church. I'll enjoy following your journey.

Karen said...

Great site! I'm an Episcopal feminarian studying for the priesthood. Theologically somewhat conservative, socially very liberal, and on top of that, a lesbian. I look forward to hearing more about your adventures.