In this essay the author investigates a number of current influential views on secular feminist religious metaphor. Her contention is that the religious metaphors developed by secular feminists are insufficient to express the complexity of the nature of God. Existential feminists examined include Mary Daly and Emily Culpepper. Representative of the goddess and witchcraft tradition are Carol P. Christ, Charlene Spretnak, and Merlin Stone. A general overview and critique of secular feminist metaphor are provided.
Source: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1995. 16 pages.