This chapter examines the tradition of Wisdom theology. The Wisdom strand of theology in Christianity is like an underground stream surfacing from time to time and then disappearing again into hidden caverns: Once upon a time there was Wisdom. The feminist theology which is set in the wider context of post-modern feminist discourse and a number of theologians has drawn on the work of secular theorists. Even though many of these are critical of the role of theology and the Church in setting up the systems they aim to dismantle. These have rediscovered the Wisdom aspects of Jesus/Sophia humanity, vulnerability, and marginalization. The Wisdom tradition has resurfaced at various times in the history of Christianity. The ecological movement in the wider society also laid some of the blame for environmental devastation at the door of Christianity. Postcolonial theory also had a number of problems with the alliance of Christianity and colonization.