Feminist theologies bring yet another aspect to both contextual and liberation theologies by also challenging their androcentrism. However, it is difficult to consider race, gender, or ethnicity as a “context” in the sense in which it is usually understood in more culturally inclined contextual theologies. The problem of much of feminist theorising, in Latin America and elsewhere, has been a superficial and often non-existent interaction with and lack of knowledge of gender studies of religion, including feminist theology. The issue of gender becomes particularly crucial when theologians take culture as a point of departure. Theologians could dialogue much more with ethnologists, anthropologists, sociologists, and gender scholars in order not to make overly broad and generalised claims about women/gender or indigenous people. Issues of ethnicity, at least in Latin American liberation theology, have suffered from similar superficiality and absence to gender issues.