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1 online resource (164 pages). Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-160)
1 online resource (164 pages). Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-160). Weaving : vision and craft - Weaver : woman as preacher - The loom of authority : mutuality and solidarity - The warp of critique : new theological naming - The weft of vision : threads of global feminism - Weave variations : principles of design. Electronic reproduction. HathiTrust Digital Library. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Weaving the Sermon: Preaching in a Feminist Perspective (9780664250317) by Christine Smith. Quantity: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+.
Weaving the Sermon book. 0664250319 (ISBN13: 9780664250317). She looks at the significance of feminist theology, psychology, and philosophy in terms of their impact on the preaching of all men and women. Weaving the Sermon: Preaching in a Feminist Perspective.
using a feminist perspective. I am grateful to Peter Wallensteen and other members of that department. Book synopsis: The author challenges many feminist orthodoxies - on female sexuality, pornography, war and peace, psychanalysis and sociobiology
using a feminist perspective. for their support and interest. Book synopsis: The author challenges many feminist orthodoxies - on female sexuality, pornography, war and peace, psychanalysis and sociobiology. She argues against the exponents - such as Mary Daly, Andrea Dworkin and Dale Spender - of apocalyptic feminism, which says that men wield power over women through terror, greed and violence and that only women, because of their essentially greater humanity can save the world from social, ecological and nuclear disaster.
Key writings in feminist spirituality drawing on the great diversity of women's experience. I prayed for a book that would do neither of these, and a few days later, I found this book Weaving The Visions in a FREE library book box, a box of giveaways. I read a bit of it then and there, and realized this book was an answer to my prayer! It's not easy to rate a book like this, as it's a compilation of articles by many different feminist writers.
It is commonly thought that feminist and evolutionary explanations of rape cannot be integrated. As I aim to show, this view is incorrect. In R. A. Prentky, E. S. Janus, & M. C. Seto (Ed., Sexually coercive behavior: Understanding and management (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences) (pp. 33–58). New York: New York Academy of Sciences.
Preachers are tempted to either legalistically preach about saving the earth or to wait passively for a. .Minneapolis: Fortress, 1993. pages TBA) 4. Smith, Christine . Weaving the Sermon : Preaching in a Feminist Perspective. 1st ed. Louisville, Ky.
Preachers are tempted to either legalistically preach about saving the earth or to wait passively for a messianic solution. This course will explore ways to preach through this double-bind in sermons that address environmental justice issues with a particular eye towards congregational context (geography, culture, political tensions, economics, et.
Mary Ann Weathers demonstrates intersectionality in action in An Argument for Black Women’s Liberation as a Revolutionary Force. In this publication, Weathers reveals that in the twentieth century, working-class women of color embodied the notion of intersectionality.
Victimization has profound psychological consequences and impacts the social development of an individual. There is considerable evidence that victimization is a precursor to involvement in crime.
Semantic Scholar extracted view of "Weaving the Visions: New Patterns in.
Semantic Scholar extracted view of "Weaving the Visions: New Patterns in Feminist Spirituality" by Judith Melanie Plaskow et a. A Feminist Examination of the Significance of Brigid (an Irish Saint and Goddess) in Comtemporary Australian Women's Spiriuality. Catherine E. Connelly.