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Anne Eggebroten

Anne Eggebroten (born 1948) is an author and Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus. She received a doctorate in medieval studies from UC Berkeley. She currently teaches at California State University, Northridge and contributes regularly to Women's enews and Christian Feminism Today. She has three daughters.

Eggebroten was strongly critical of a 2009 case in Brazil where the disgraced archbishop of Olinda and Recife pronounced an excommunication for an abortion after a case of incest.[1]

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  1. ^ Vatican Expulsion Should Start Outcast Honor Roll
  • Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus
  • Christian Feminism Today
  • Hope Publishing House: Books on Social Change & Health
  • Women's ENews: Article


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