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Keep Your Courage

A Radical Christian Feminist Speaks

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ISBN-13: 9780334043782
Published: 30/09/2010
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Carter Heyward is one of the most influential and controversial theologians of our time. Under the headings 'Speaking Truth to Power', 'Remembering Who We Are' and 'Celebrating Our Friends' she reflects on how movements for gender and sexual justice reverberate globally. In this volume of occasional pieces, lesbian feminist liberation theologian Carter Heyward bears witnesses to the sacred struggles to topple oppressive power. These pieces illustrate feminist theology's bold and transformative engagement of its cultural, political, social, and theological contexts.

Carter Heyward's voice will be instructive to students and teachers of feminist, queer, and other liberation theologians as well as to those interested in the Christian thought being forged at the edges of the church in the company of those who traditionally have been kept out.

This book will interest feminists, gay men, lesbians, and other queer advocates, anti-racist activists, liberal Christians and post-ChristiansA" as well as women and men of other progressive spiritual or religious traditions.
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Carter Heyward

Carter Heyward taught at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 1975, and was Howard Chandler Robbins Professor of Theology there until she retired in 2006.

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