May 11, 2012 in Do we undervalue Motherhood or the role of women in faith?, Question of the Week by David Hall
In a world in which most religions begin with God the Father or some sort of male image of the divine, and are founded by male figures such as Moses, Buddha, Jesus and Muhammad, do we undervalue Motherhood or the role of women in faith?
I don’t believe women are undervalued and especially Motherhood. Everyone born has had a mother, including Jesus. At this date sexual gender is more political than not. Anyway, Motherhood is an earthly status. Faith transcends it all.