Admittedly, my spring semester class hasn't started, and that's technically on my winter quarter schedule. But for Seabury classes, here's this term's gender breakdown of assigned authors:
Ethics II: Two books from last term - both edited by men, authored by both men and women (though not as well balanced as I'd like). Three new books - one by a woman, two by men. Rating: Acceptable, if unimpressive.
New Testament II: One book from NT I - by a man. Three new books - one by a woman, two by men. Rating: Again, acceptable.
Research Methods: Three books - one by a woman, two by men. Rating: Also acceptable.
Preaching B: Three books from last term - one by a man, one by a woman, one by a man and a woman. (Incidentally, that's also one by a black man, one by a white woman, and one by a Latin American man and woman.)
Clearly, Preaching B wins hands down. Again. But since there are no new books, we'll also give each of the other classes an honorable mention - happily, there are no unacceptable classes this term.