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White Women s Christ and Black Women s Jesus

White Women s Christ and Black Women s Jesus Author Jacquelyn Grant
ISBN-10 1555403034
Release 1989
Pages 264
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Christology is especially problematic for feminists. Because Jesus was undeniably male and because the Christian church claims him as the unique God-bearer, feminist christology confronts the dual tasks of explaining the significance of a male God-bearer for women and creating a christological model adequate to feminist experience. Jacquelyn Grant rehearses the development and challenges of feminist christology and argues that, because it has reflected the experience of White women predominantly, it fails to speak to the concerns of non-white and non-western women. In response to this failure, Grant proposes a womanist theology and christology that emerge from and are adequate to the reality of contemporary Black women.



Toward a Womanist Ethic of Incarnation

Toward a Womanist Ethic of Incarnation Author Eboni Marshall Turman
ISBN-10 9781137373885
Release 2013-12-18
Pages 214
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The Black Church is an institution that emerged in rebellion against injustice perpetrated upon black bodies. How is it, then, that black women's oppression persists in black churches? This book engages the Chalcedonian Definition as the starting point for exploring the body as a moral dilemma.



The Black Christ

The Black Christ Author Kelly Brown Douglas
ISBN-10 UOM:39015026868268
Release 1994
Pages 134
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This compelling portrait of who Jesus is for the black community surveys the history of the Black Christ from the early slave testimonies to the writings of prominent religious and literary figures through the Civil Rights and Black Power movements.



Deeper Shades of Purple

Deeper Shades of Purple Author Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas
ISBN-10 9780814727522
Release 2006-08-01
Pages 331
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The second wave of feminism was one of the most significant political and cultural developments of the 1960s and 1970s. Yet the role radical feminism played within the women's movement remains hotly contested. For some, radical feminism has made a lasting contribution to our understanding of male privilege, and the ways the power imbalance between men and women affects the everyday fabric of women's lives. For others, radical feminism represents a reflexive hostility toward men, sex, and heterosexuality, and thus is best ignored or forgotten. Rather than have the movement be interpreted by others, Radical Feminism permits the original work of radical feminists to speak for itself. Comprised of pivotal documents written by U.S. radical feminists in the 1960s and 1970s, Radical Feminism combines both unpublished and previously published manifestos, position papers, minutes of meetings, and newsletters essential to an understanding of radical feminism. Consisting of documents unavailable to the general public, and others in danger of being lost altogether, this panoramic collection is organized around the key issues of sex and sexuality, race, children, lesbianism, separatism, and class. Barbara A. Crow rescues the groundbreaking original work of such groups as The Furies, Redstockings, Cell 16, and the Women's Liberation Movement. Contributors include Kate Millet, Susan Brownmiller, Shulamith Firestone, Rosalyn Baxandall, Toni Morrison, Ellen Willis, Anne Koett, and Vivan Gornick. Gathered for the first time in one volume, these primary sources of radical feminism fill a major gap in the literature on feminism and feminist thought. Radical Feminism is an indispensable resource for future generations of feminists, scholars, and activists. "This valuable anthology may well change the way many of us view radical feminism." --Resources for Feminist Research, Winter/Spring 2001, Vol. 28, No. 3/4



Feminist Companion to Judges

Feminist Companion to Judges Author Athalya Brenner
ISBN-10 9781850754626
Release 1993-11-01
Pages 242
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Provides feminist approaches to the book of Judges from leading scholars of the Hebrew Bible and feminist hermeneutics.



Jesus

Jesus Author W. Barnes Tatum
ISBN-10 9781444311037
Release 2015-09-23
Pages 288
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Drawing on examples from literature, art, and popular culture, as well as theology, this engaging book reveals the importance of the question, "whose was he?" in fully understanding the life and legacy of Jesus. A concise, accessible and engaging exploration of Jesus's life and enduring influence Charts the changing global status and influence of Jesus, a Galilean Jew born when the ancient Roman Empire ruled the Mediterranean world, and how he has come to be honored as the Christ and recognized by billions of people around the world Traces the reception history of Jesus and his story over the past two millennia, through art, literature, and culture, as well as theology Draws on a fascinating range of materials - from ancient texts, creeds, and theological treatises, to the visual and dramatic arts, including books like The DaVinci Code and films such as The Passion of the Christ



She Flies On

She Flies On Author Carter Heyward
ISBN-10 9780819233530
Release 2017-04-01
Pages 264
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In Carter's words: I’m persuaded by decades of teaching in seminary and work as a priest in the church that countless women, and many men as well, are faithful “Jesus people” and yet alienated to various degrees from organized religion. Jack Spong and Barbara Brown Taylor are two of the better known voices who have spoken to these people. This book of mine will probably stand with theirs in appealing to this large and diverse group of Jesus people who have become “post Christians,” “cultural Christians,” or have simply drifted away from the church. “She Flies On,” however is not really a critique of organized religion, but rather an effort to think theologically, politically, socially, and autobiographically about the world and the church into which I was born 70 years ago and have lived and worked as a Christian feminist theologian of liberation, who is also an Episcopal priest, a lesbian, a Southerner, and a socialist Democrat. So, while the book does in fact critique the church – especially its foundational doctrine of the Trinity – its rationale is less about the church and more about the people – and creatures – of God going about our lives on planet earth, trying to love one another in the 21st century C.E.



Feminist and Womanist Essays in Reformed Dogmatics

Feminist and Womanist Essays in Reformed Dogmatics Author Amy Plantinga Pauw
ISBN-10 0664224377
Release 2006
Pages 280
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This book is a collection of essays by thirteen feminist and womanist authors who locate themselves within the Reformed tradition. Topics explored include: the Trinity, creation, election, atonement, the church, fear, resistance, and vocation. This book will be of great interest to scholars and students interested in feminist theology. The Columbia Series in Reformed Theology represents a joint commitment by Columbia Theological Seminary and Westminster John Knox Press to provide theological resources from the Reformed tradition for the church today. This series examines theological and ethical issues that confront church and society in our own particular time and place.



Embodiment and the New Shape of Black Theological Thought

Embodiment and the New Shape of Black Theological Thought Author Anthony B. Pinn
ISBN-10 0814767796
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 224
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Black theology tends to be a theology about no-body. Though one might assume that black and womanist theology have already given significant attention to the nature and meaning of black bodies as a theological issue, this inquiry has primarily taken the form of a focus on issues relating to liberation, treating the body in abstract terms rather than focusing on the experiencing of a material, fleshy reality. By focusing on the body as a physical entity and not just a metaphorical one, Pinn offers a new approach to theological thinking about race, gender, and sexuality. According to Pinn, the body is of profound theological importance. In this first text on black theology to take embodiment as its starting point and its goal, Pinn interrogates the traditional source materials for black theology, such as spirituals and slave narratives, seeking to link them to materials such as photography that highlight the theological importance of the body. Employing a multidisciplinary approach spanning from the sociology of the body and philosophy to anthropology and art history, Embodiment and the New Shape of Black Theological Thought pushes black theology to the next level.



Jesus of Africa

Jesus of Africa Author Diane B. Stinton
ISBN-10 9966219528
Release 2004
Pages 304
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Jesus of Africa has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Jesus of Africa also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Jesus of Africa book for free.



Call and Consequences

Call and Consequences Author Raquel Annette St. Clair
ISBN-10 9781451416473
Release
Pages 212
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* A womanist reading of the Gospel of Mark * Addresses questions of the necessity of suffering



Black Bodies and the Black Church

Black Bodies and the Black Church Author Kelly Brown Douglas
ISBN-10 9781137091437
Release 2012-10-01
Pages 204
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Blues is absolutely vital to black theological reflection and to the black church's existence. In Black Bodies and the Black Church , author Kelly Douglas Brown develops a blues crossroad theology, which allows the black church to remain true to itself and relevant in black lives.



Katie s Canon

Katie s Canon Author Katie Geneva Cannon
ISBN-10 0826410340
Release 1998-04-03
Pages 192
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In her book, the explosive voice of Katie Geneva Cannon as womanist and theological liberation ethicist boldly proclaims the vital presence and contributions of African-American women." --The Presbyterian Outlook "Cannon moves easily from the passion of folklore and legend to the conceptually rich...language of ethics and womanist theology. Her role 'is to speak as "one of the canonical boys" and as the "non-canonical other" at one and the same time.' In this, she most assuredly succeeds." --Library Journal "Every theologian, student, and lay person should have a copy of Katie's Canon to measure the breadth and depth of their theological commitment. I strongly recommend it." --James H. Cone>



Hagar s Daughter

Hagar s Daughter Author Diana L. Hayes
ISBN-10 0809135639
Release 1995-01
Pages 67
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'Hagar's Daughters' is an eloquent plea directed at Christian Black women to use the strengths of their African heritage as a force to heal the divisiveness and sterile domination present in Western society.



Making a Way Out of No Way

Making a Way Out of No Way Author Monica A. Coleman
ISBN-10 9780800662936
Release 2008
Pages 220
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* A womanist theology of change * Integrates postmodern thought, womanist theology, and process philosophy



Christology in the Making

Christology in the Making Author James D. G. Dunn
ISBN-10 0802842577
Release 1996
Pages 443
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The New Testament documents cover an intense period of innovation and development in what we now call Christology. Before Jesus, Christology either did not exist, or existed, properly speaking, only in different forms of messianic expectation. At the end of that period, however, an advanced and far-reaching Christology is already in place that does not hesitate to speak of Jesus as God. This excellent study of the origins and early development of Christology by James D. G. Dunn clarifies in rich detail the beginnings of the full Christian belief in Christ as the Son of God and incarnate Word. By employing the exegetical methods of historical context of meaning and conceptuality in transition, Dunn illumines the first-century meaning of key titles and passages within the New Testament that bear directly on the develop-ment of the Christian understanding of Jesus. Chosen by "Christianity Today" as one of the year's Significant Books when it first appeared in 1980, this second edition of "Christology in the Making" contains a new extended foreword that responds to critics of the first edition and updates Dunn's own thinking on the beginnings of Christology since his original work.



Just a Sister Away

Just a Sister Away Author Renita J. Weems
ISBN-10 0931055520
Release 1988
Pages 145
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We are frequently just a sister away from our healing. We need a woman, a sister, who will see in our destitution a jagged image of what one day could be her own story. We need a sister who will respond with mercy. Renita J. Weems