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God's troublemakers; how women of faith are changing the world.


God's troublemakers; how women of faith are changing the world.

Henderson, Katharine Rhodes.

Continuum Publishing Group


247 pages




Presbyterian minister Henderson (Auburn Theological Seminary, New York City) has interviewed women from various faiths who are breaking the silence that the religious Left since the 1960s and are practicing new forms of ethical and religious leadership. Her perspectives include the treasure in the dark, bearing religion, living a seamless life, and a palimpsest of forces.

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Date:May 1, 2008
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