Troubling in My Soul Womanist Perspectives on Evil and Suffering
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Publisher: Orbis Books
Publication date: 10/1/1993
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: On Creating Ruminations from the Soul|
|Biblical Theodicy and Black Women's Spiritual Autobiography: "The Miry Bog, the Desolate Pit, a New Song in My Mouth"|
|"Take My Yoke upon You": The Role of the Church in the Oppression of African-American Women|
|Joy Came in the Morning Risking Death for Resurrection: Confronting the Evil of Social Sin and Socially Sinful Structures|
|"A Clarion Call To Awake! Arise! Act!": The Response of the Black Women's Club Movement to Institutionalized Moral Evil|
|Living in the New Jerusalem: The Rhetoric and Movement of Liberation in the House of Evil|
|Using Power from the Periphery: An Alternative Theological Model for Survival in Systems|
|"Wading through Many Sorrows": Toward a Theology of Suffering in Womanist Perspective|
|A Womanist Perspective on Sin|
|African-American Spirituals: Confronting and Exorcising Evil through Song|
|"Soprano Obligato": The Voices of Black Women and American Conflict in the Thought of Anna Julia Cooper|
|Women's Power - Women's Passion: And God Said, "That's Good"|
|The Sin of Servanthood: And the Deliverance of Discipleship|
|"The Wounds of Jesus": Justification of Goodness in the Face of Manifold Evil|
|The "Loves" and "Troubles" of African-American Women's Bodies: The Womanist Challenge to Cultural Humiliation and Community Ambivalence|