Roger Olson, a committed egalitarian (and he describes just how committed!), takes on elements of one type of Christian feminism he finds problematic. Here’s the key points:
I have two main problems with feminist theology including Wren’s (and similar) liturgical revisioning. First, it is not clear to me at all that there original revelation (e.g., scripture) is normative. It seems to me that something called “women’s experience” and “feminist consciousness” is elevated to that level. The result is that “anything goes” so long as it is liberating and culturally relevant …Second, closely related to the first, is that the cross tends to get left behind in feminist theology and liturgy.