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Monthly Archives: May 2016
The last two weeks reading Friends of God & Prophets rather got away from me: I did the reading, and we had our Friday night twitter chats, but I didn’t manage to get the blogging in. I still hope to … Continue reading
Theology of the Friends of God and Prophets: Companions in Memory – Part 3, Ch9 of #FOGAP
Having taught us how to tell women’s stories in chapter 8, Johnson here offers a schema through which these stories, told within the context of the communion of saints, can support, sustain, and inspire women and the church. Drawing heavily … Continue reading
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Theology of the Friends of God and Prophets: Women’s Practices of Memory – Part 3, Ch8 of #FOGAP
In this chapter, Johnson is clearly writing for readers who are not familiar with the tools of feminist theology. She illustrates four different practices with a different story. Telling Hagar’s story by lifting up elements that are plainly in the … Continue reading
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