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Seeing God in Each Other

Paperback|Mar 2006
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Seeing God in Each Other is rooted in an abiding hope that congregations are one of the few places where people can work together for positive human change. This book addresses that need, with a selection of essays by respected...


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Seeing God in Each Other is rooted in an abiding hope that congregations are one of the few places where people can work together for positive human change. This book addresses that need, with a selection of essays by respected Anglicans including Frederick Borsch, Michael Battle, and Steven Charleston. Also included are practical suggestions on what parishes can do to support the vision of an anti-racist church, as well as a leader guide useful for parish programs.
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"Seeing God in Each Other" is rooted in an abiding hope that congregations are one of the few places where people can work together for positive human change. This book addresses that need, with a selection of essays by respected Anglicans including Frederick Borsch, Michael Battle, and Steven Charleston. Also included are practical suggestions on what parishes can do to support the vision of an anti-racist church, as well as a leader guide useful for parish programs.
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Sheryl Kujawa-holbrook (Ed)

The Rev. Dr. Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook (EdD., Columbia University; Ph.D., Boston College, City University of New York is Academic Dean and Suzanne Radley Hiatt Chair in Feminist Pastoral Theology and Church History at Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA. She is the author of Injustice and the Cure of Souls with Karen B Montagno, By Grace Came the Incarnation: A Social History of the Church of the Incarnation, Murray Hill, New York, 1852-2002 and Deeper Joy: Lay Women And Vocation in the 20th Century Episcopal Church.
Koorong -Editorial Review.

  • Introduction; Jayne J. Oasin; 1. A Dangerous Book The Bible; Frederick Houk Borsch; 2. Baptism: Liberating Sacrament Of Identity And Justice; Fredrica Harris Thompsett; 3. Eucharistic Reconciliation; Michael Battle; 4. Race And Reconciliation: Writing A New Ending To An Old Story; Steven Charleston; 5. Race And Racism In Congregations: Building Multiracial Communities; Sheryl A. Kujawa-holbrook.

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