To hell with German theologians! She probably is Christian in name only anyway. Other German theologians such as Rudolf Bultmann reject the Bible as just "stories". Her main preoccupations seem to be "whiteness" and feminism so faith would struggle to get a look-in there, I would think. The first result Google gives for her is a talk called "Am Ende der Weissheit?", which translates as "Towards the end of whiteness". Sounds charming. Being white is obviously very bad.
Sweden's much-loved Pippi Longstocking children books have been branded racist by a leading German theologian. Dr Eske Wollrad, from Germany's Federal Association of Evangelical Women, has called on parents to skip certain passages or else explain to their children that they contain outdated colonial stereotypes.
She hit out at the Pippi Longstocking trilogy, written by author Astrid Lindgren and first published in 1945, at an anti-discrimination state conference in Leipzig at the weekend.
Dr Wollrad told German newspaper The Local: 'It is not that the figure of Pippi Longstocking is racist, but that all three in the trilogy of books have colonial racist stereotypes.'
In the books, Pippi is an eight-year-old with superhuman strength who does not want to grow up and hates pompous adults.
Her father, once a king of a South Seas island, was originally known as Negro King before publishers changed it to South Seas King.
Dr Wollrad is demanding the book's publisher make additions in the books to guide readers when 'racist' content arises.
She said that in the third book, Pippi In The South Seas: 'The black children throw themselves into the sand in front of the white children in the book. When reading the book to my nephew, who is black, I simply left that passage out.'
And how come a woman is pronouncing on theology anyway? The Bible is pretty clear about that: 1 Corinthians 14:33-35 reads: “As in all the congregations of the saints, women should remain silent in the churches. They are not allowed to speak, but must be in submission, as the Law says. If they want to inquire about something, they should ask their own husbands at home; for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in the church.”
But I guess that to her the words of the epistle are just that silly old story book again