The religious imagination of American women / Mary Farrell Bednarowski.

By: Bednarowski, Mary Farrell
Material type: TextTextSeries: Religion in North AmericaPublisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1999Description: xii, 240 p. ; 25 cmISBN: 0253335949 (alk. paper); 025321338X (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Women -- Religious life -- United States | Religious thought -- United States -- 20th century | Feminist theology | United States -- Religion -- 1960-LOC classification: BL625.7 | .B425 1999
Contents:
American women as religious thinkers: dissenting participants -- Ambivalence as a new religious virtue: the creativity of women's contradictory experiences of their traditions -- The immanence of the sacred: women's religious thought comes down to Earth -- The revelatory power of the ordinary and the ordinariness of the sacred: mixed blessings -- "Relationship" and its complexities: inhabiting the cosmic web -- Healing and women's theological creativity: strategies of resistance, acceptance, and hope.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

American women as religious thinkers: dissenting participants -- Ambivalence as a new religious virtue: the creativity of women's contradictory experiences of their traditions -- The immanence of the sacred: women's religious thought comes down to Earth -- The revelatory power of the ordinary and the ordinariness of the sacred: mixed blessings -- "Relationship" and its complexities: inhabiting the cosmic web -- Healing and women's theological creativity: strategies of resistance, acceptance, and hope.

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