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Embracing the spirit : womanist perspectives on hope, salvation, and transformation / Emilie M. Townes, editor.

Contributor(s): Townes, Emilie Maureen, 1955-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: The Bishop Henry McNeal Turner/Sojourner Truth series in Black religion ; v. 13. Publisher: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, c1997Description: xix, 300 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1570751404 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Womanist theology | Spiritual lifeDDC classification: 230/.082
Contents:
Introduction. On creating ruminations on the spirit / Emilie M. Townes -- Looking to your tomorrows today : North Carolina Central University, December 16, 1994 / Mary M. Townes -- My hope is in the Lord : transformation and salvation in the African American community / Diana L. Hayes -- Overcoming susto : restoring your soul / Rosita deAnn Mathews -- Womanist work and public policy : an exploration of the meaning of Black women's interaction with political institutions / Rosetta E. Ross -- Christinah Nku : a woman at the center of healing her nation / Linda E. Thomas -- Avoiding asphyxiation : a womanist perspective on intrapersonal and interpersonal transformation / Teresa L. Fry Brown -- Straight talk, plain talk : womanist words about salvation in a social context / Delores S. Williams --
The strength of my life / Karen Baker-Fletcher -- Justified, sanctified, and redeemed : blessed expectation in Black women's blues and gospels / Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan -- Woman at the well : Mahalia Jackson and the inner and outer spiritual transformation / Mozella G. Mitchell -- "The doctor ain't taking no sticks" : race and medicine in the African American community / Emilie M. Townes -- WomanistCare : some reflections on the pastoral care and the transformation of African American women / Marsha Foster Boyd -- Some kind of woman : the making of a strong Black woman / Barbara J. Essex -- Paul and the African American community / C. Michelle Venable-Ridley -- Daring to speak : womanist theology and Black sexuality / Kelly Brown Douglas -- "How can we forget?" : an ethic of care for AIDS, the African American family, and the Black Catholic Church / Toinette M. Eugene -- "A conscious connection to all that is" : The color purple as subversive and critical ethnography / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes.
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BT 83.9 .E47 1997 (Browse shelf) Available 30092100202911
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Introduction. On creating ruminations on the spirit / Emilie M. Townes -- Looking to your tomorrows today : North Carolina Central University, December 16, 1994 / Mary M. Townes -- My hope is in the Lord : transformation and salvation in the African American community / Diana L. Hayes -- Overcoming susto : restoring your soul / Rosita deAnn Mathews -- Womanist work and public policy : an exploration of the meaning of Black women's interaction with political institutions / Rosetta E. Ross -- Christinah Nku : a woman at the center of healing her nation / Linda E. Thomas -- Avoiding asphyxiation : a womanist perspective on intrapersonal and interpersonal transformation / Teresa L. Fry Brown -- Straight talk, plain talk : womanist words about salvation in a social context / Delores S. Williams --

The strength of my life / Karen Baker-Fletcher -- Justified, sanctified, and redeemed : blessed expectation in Black women's blues and gospels / Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan -- Woman at the well : Mahalia Jackson and the inner and outer spiritual transformation / Mozella G. Mitchell -- "The doctor ain't taking no sticks" : race and medicine in the African American community / Emilie M. Townes -- WomanistCare : some reflections on the pastoral care and the transformation of African American women / Marsha Foster Boyd -- Some kind of woman : the making of a strong Black woman / Barbara J. Essex -- Paul and the African American community / C. Michelle Venable-Ridley -- Daring to speak : womanist theology and Black sexuality / Kelly Brown Douglas -- "How can we forget?" : an ethic of care for AIDS, the African American family, and the Black Catholic Church / Toinette M. Eugene -- "A conscious connection to all that is" : The color purple as subversive and critical ethnography / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes.

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