"But They Won't Talk with a Woman": The Processing of a Model for Confronting Justice Issues Between Female and Male Clergy (Hardback)
  • "But They Won't Talk with a Woman": The Processing of a Model for Confronting Justice Issues Between Female and Male Clergy (Hardback)

"But They Won't Talk with a Woman": The Processing of a Model for Confronting Justice Issues Between Female and Male Clergy (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 28/05/1998
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Based on a workshop between clergy members of the United Methodist Church, "But They Won't Talk With a Woman" focuses on justice issues between male and female clergy, relying on the personal experiences of the participants, as well as their reflections from points made in the book, Women's Growth in Connection by Judith V. Jordan, et. al. In this book, the group posits that unless injustices that female clergy are subjected to in their daily lives are changed, the Church may potentially be destroyed. Topics covered include the abuse of power by men over women, traditional gender roles, biblical interpretations of these roles, and communication between men and women.

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761810469

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