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Naming Sexual Violence

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  By Hannah Heinzekehr   This post was originally published on The Femonite blog on June 4, 2012, an Unbound partner   This week, on The Femonite blog, we are focusing on themes of sexual violence. I hope you will join us for the ongoing conversation, and add your own

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Of Power, Women, Voting, and Prayer

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By Rev. Bebb Wheeler Stone, PhD   Political rhetoric is always about power. As a woman listening to current political rhetoric, I am convinced that the political contest among some has been framed to gain power over American women. The gains for American women to full citizenship and full moral

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Close Enough to Get Hurt

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Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary It is not enough to say ‘Ain’t it awful,’ you have to get close enough to get hurt. By Alex Becker   Read and print as PDF.   This phrase—spoken during a sermon in Louisville Seminary’s Caldwell Chapel in 1994 and posted on the steps leading

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A Seminary where the Students Are Still Marching

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Interdenominational Theological Center Elyse Ambrose examines the strong history of commitment to justice that the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) has demonstrated and how that same enthusiasm exists in the ITC community today. She outlines the perspectives and justice concerns of students and faculty. Academic courses that support the cause of

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Occupy Harvard

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Harvard Divinity School Interview with Katherine Pater, 3rd Year Master of Divinity Student Interviewed by Patrick David Heery   View and print as PDF.   On April 24, 2012, I interviewed Katherine Pater, a third-year Master of Divinity student at Harvard Divinity School (HDS), pursuing ordination within the Presbyterian Church

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Turning the Church Inside-Out, Encountering the ‘Other’

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Fuller Theological Seminary Interview with Jennifer Ackerman, 2nd Year Master of Divinity Student Interviewed by Patrick David Heery   View and print as PDF.   On April 24, 2012, I interviewed Jennifer Ackerman, a second-year Master of Divinity student at Fuller Theological Seminary, under care for ordination in the Presbyterian

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Beyond the Walls

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San Francisco Theological Seminary Interview with Rochelle Shaw, 2nd Year Master of Divinity Student Interviewed by Patrick David Heery   View and print as PDF.   On April 24, 2012, I interviewed Rochelle Shaw, a second-year Master of Divinity student at San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS), which is a member

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Dolores Bundy at a Conference with Rev. Dr. King Jr., http://womenandspirit.org/

God of the Women

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This One Goes Out to the Nuns We are saddened that Sister Kathleen Ruszkowski, OSB, died on Thursday, April 19, at her Mt. St. Benedict Monastery in Erie, PA. Until she became ill with cancer she had  served on the staff of St. John the Beloved Roman Catholic Church that

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