Smith tries to redress the balance with a comprehensive history of
mission that highlights the critical contributions of women, as
well as the theological developments that influenced their role.
Beginning with an examination of the New Testament record, Smith
goes on to review the long period between the apostolic church and
the Second Vatican Council. Following a survey of critical
developments since 1965 in both Catholic and other churches, she
concludes with a magisterial chapter entitled "A Feminist
Missiology for Contemporary Missionary Women. "Women in Mission" is
a landmark in women's history and essential reading for anyone
engaged in historical, theological, mission, and women's studies.
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