By Stephanie M. Crumpton
This e-book is set Black women's look for relationships and encounters that help therapeutic from intimate and cultural violence. Narratives offer an ethnographic image of this violence, whereas elevating issues over even if latest paradigms for pastoral care and counseling are congruent with what percentage Black girls method healing.
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1:31). ” The human being was and is created in God’s image (Gen. 1:26). Before any doctrine of original sin, there was original goodness. Sin is a condition of woundedness, alienation from God and from others in creation, but goodness is prior. 28 Cooper-White’s assertion supports Douglas’s move to claim the ontological goodness of human flesh. Douglas’s embodied view of the incarnation dislocates the genesis of sin from the flesh to locate it in the systemic cultural and institutional processes that wound, ignore, disempower, and oppress minds, bodies, and spirits.
In Sisters in the Wilderness: The Challenge of Womanist God Talk,30 Williams examines the implications of classic doctrines of the atonement on Black women considering their historic experiences of enslavement, forced surrogacy, and servitude to White owners and employers. She is concerned with the impact of classic atonement theories on Black women who consider atonement a point of reference for making sense of God’s regard for them in light of their oppression. Classic ransom and moral and substitution doctrines of atonement locate humanity’s redemption in Jesus’s suffering and death on the cross as a surrogate for humankind.
She recalled, I had tickets to a Peabo Bryson concert. I was so happy. I sang “Feel the Fire” with Peabo Bryson. I sang the female parts in all of his songs. After the show, my girlfriend dropped me off at the apartment that Mr. Wonderful and I shared. ” To my surprise, Mr. ” I had never heard him speak to me that way before. As I looked up at him through drunken eyes I never saw it coming. He hit me upside my head with his opened hand. I felt like 28 A Womanist Pastoral Theology I had been hit with the door.
A Womanist Pastoral Theology against Intimate and Cultural Violence by Stephanie M. Crumpton