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Centrality of relationship

Excerpts taken from Beverly W. Harrison (1981), ‘The Power of Anger in the Work of Love’ in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, vol. xxxvi, pp. 41-57, a key article in feminist theology. Part 4 As a feminist moral theology celebrates the power of … Continue reading

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Our Bodies, Ourselves as the Agents of Love

Excerpts taken from Beverly W. Harrison (1981), ‘The Power of Anger in the Work of Love’ in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, vol. xxxvi, pp. 41-57, a key article in feminist theology. Part 3 … embodiment … A moral theology must not only … Continue reading

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Activity as the mode of love

Excerpts taken from Beverly W. Harrison (1981), ‘The Power of Anger in the Work of Love’ in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, vol. xxxvi, pp. 41-57, a key article in feminist theology. Part 2 … women have always exemplified the power of activity … Continue reading

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The Power of Anger in the Work of Love

Excerpts taken from Beverly W. Harrison (1981), ‘The Power of Anger in the Work of Love’ in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, vol. xxxvi, pp. 41-57, a key article in feminist theology. Part 1 If only the withholding of power were adequate to … Continue reading

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