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And Aren't I A Woman? Notes on Black Femininity and Womanist Theology at the Met Gala

‘Over the dead bodies, the bodies of people who suffered and felt their life to be sometimes intolerable, theology was written’ – Marcella Althaus-Ried

This years Met Gala theme felt like a call to arms.

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Enfleshing Freedom (Copeland)

M. Shawn Copeland, Enfleshing Freedom: Body, Race, and Being

Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2010.

When we first touch something hot our minds concretize the connection between the hot thing and the pain we experienced. 1,143 more words


The Nonviolent Atonement // J. Denny Weaver.

Inspired by John Howard Yoder and the pacifist tradition, J. Denny Weaver revisits in this second edition the perceived need for a “nonviolent atonement.” Incubated for more than 25 years of reflection, Weaver presents “Narrative  265 more words

Book Review

Womanist Spirituality

In May of this year, I led a class at my church that looked at Scripture from a feminist perspective. In this introduction to feminist theology and spirituality, we surveyed the writings, artwork, and music compositions of contemporary Catholic women. 522 more words