Refiner's fire : a religious engagement with violence / Cheryl Kirk-Duggan.

By: Kirk-Duggan, Cheryl A
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, c2001Description: xvii, 206 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0800632532 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Violence -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BT736.15 | .K573 2001
Contents:
Eyes on the prize: womanist reflections -- Take no prisoners: biblical women engaged in violence -- Lay my burden down: spirituality transcends antebellum violence -- Sojourner's sisters: 1960s women freedom fighters right civil wrongs -- Ballads, not bullets: the nonviolent protest ministry of Martin Luther King Jr. -- Soul sisters: girls in gangs and sororities -- Build up, break down: language as empowerment and annihilation -- Daughters of Zelophehad: a constructive analysis of violence -- Death as worship: celebrating dying as part of life.
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BT 736.15 .I58 2005 Violence and Christian spirituality : BT 736.15 .J36 2009 Death and the displacement of beauty. BT 736.15 .K57 2001 Misbegotten anguish : BT 736.15 .K573 2001 Refiner's fire : BT 736.15 .L66 2004 Facing terrorism : BT 736.15 .M34 1989 A theology of force and violence / BT 736.15 .M4 Faith and violence :

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Eyes on the prize: womanist reflections -- Take no prisoners: biblical women engaged in violence -- Lay my burden down: spirituality transcends antebellum violence -- Sojourner's sisters: 1960s women freedom fighters right civil wrongs -- Ballads, not bullets: the nonviolent protest ministry of Martin Luther King Jr. -- Soul sisters: girls in gangs and sororities -- Build up, break down: language as empowerment and annihilation -- Daughters of Zelophehad: a constructive analysis of violence -- Death as worship: celebrating dying as part of life.

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