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After the Locusts

Paperback|Jun 2003
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216 pages
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Foreword by Desmond Tutu^This unique collection of six "letters" written by Denise Ackermann to family and friends both living and dead is one woman's account of her life, faith, and work as an Anglican theologian during South Africa's apartheid years and afterwards.^In the letters, which are intensely personal memoirs as well as reviews of the theological and political issues that have marked her career as a feminist Christian in a deeply wounded society, Ackermann discusses such issues as identity and difference, her struggles with sexism and racism, the power of naming, the evils of the apartheid years, the scourge of AIDS, and the function of faith in the midst of misery and conflict."After the Locusts" will interest a great range of readers; few will fail to find insights of profound relevance to the task of living Christianly in today's trying world.
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This unique collection of six letters written by Denise Ackermann to family and friends both living and dead is one woman's account of her life, faith, and work as an Anglican theologian during South Africa's apartheid years and afterwards.
In the letters, which are intensely personal memoirs as well as review of the theological and political issues that have marked her career as a feminist Christian in a deeply wounded society, Ackermann discusses such issues as identity and difference, her struggles with sexism and racism, the power of naming, the evils of the apartheid years, the scourge of AIDS, and the function of faith in the midst of misery and conflict.


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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 193279
  • Product Code 0802810195
  • EAN 9780802810199
  • Pages 216
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Jun 2003
  • Dimensions 222 x 152 x 13mm
  • Weight 0.249kg

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