This chapter demonstrates the absence of Eve, as significant figure, from North American feminist theology. It examines the works of Mary Daly and Merlin Stone in more detail. In her first book, The Church and the Second Sex, Daly criticises the effects of traditional interpretations of the myth, offering her own alternative reading, where Eve is reconfigured as equal to Adam. British Christian women's theology, with its emphasis upon the rehabilitation of Eve and its commitment to women's rehabilitation within the institutional churches, remained within the classical paradigm of redemption. The chapter focuses on British Christian women's theology which seeks to clarify its relationship with North American feminist theology. It considers three aspects: the status of Eve, the contrast between Carter Heyward's theology and Christian women's theology emerging from the British Anglican women's ordination debate, and Rosemary Ruether's theological influence within the British Christian women's movement.