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Sisters in the wilderness : the challenge of womanist God-talk

著者: Delores S Williams
出版商: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1993.
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"In this landmark work of emerging African American womanist theology, Delores Williams finds in the biblical figure of Hagar - mother of Ishmael, cast into the desert by Abraham and Sarah, but protected by God - a prototype for the struggle of African-American women. African slave, homeless exile, surrogate mother, Hagar's story provides an image of survival and defiance appropriate to black women today."--BOOK  再读一些...
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Williams, Delores S.
Sisters in the wilderness.
Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1993
(OCoLC)624119672
文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: Delores S Williams
ISBN: 088344772X 9780883447727 9781570750267 1570750262
OCLC号码: 27936424
描述: xvi, 287 pages ; 24 cm
内容: Introduction --
Pt. 1 Sisters in the wilderness --
Hagar's story: A route to black women's Issues --
Tensions in motherhood: from slavery to freedom --
Social-role surrogacy: naming black women's oppression --
Color struck: a state of mind --
Sisters in the wilderness and community meanings --
Pt. 2 Womanist God-talk --
Womanist God-galk and black liberation theology --
Womanist-feminist dialogue: differences and commonalities --
Womanist reflections on "the black church," the African-American denominational churches and the Universal Hagar's Spiritual Church --
Afterword.
责任: Delores S. Williams.

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"In this landmark work of emerging African American womanist theology, Delores Williams finds in the biblical figure of Hagar - mother of Ishmael, cast into the desert by Abraham and Sarah, but protected by God - a prototype for the struggle of African-American women. African slave, homeless exile, surrogate mother, Hagar's story provides an image of survival and defiance appropriate to black women today."--BOOK JACKET. "Exploring all the themes inherent in Hagar's story - poverty and slavery, ethnicity and sexual exploitation, exile and encounters with God - Sisters in the Wilderness traces parallels in the history of African-American women from slavery to the present. A particular theology - a womanist theology - emerges from this shared experience; specifically, from the interplay of oppressions on account of race, sex, and class."--BOOK JACKET. "In Part I, Williams shows how reading Hagar's story exemplifies the issues and problems black women face. The "forced motherhood," "single motherhood" and "surrogate motherhood" Hagar experienced have been part of black women's lives. Williams also explores the dismal reality of contemporary "racial narcissistic...consciousness" which finds its parallel in Hagar's travail as foreign servant and outcast. Finally, there is the religious resonance of Hagar's sojourns in the wilderness and her encounters with God. These themes Williams finds echoed in the cultural and literary traditions of African-American women."--BOOK JACKET. "Part II considers the theological implications of the womanist understanding of Hagar's history. Williams explores the relationship between womanist and black liberation theology, and womanist theology and the black church. Through the combination of social history, political theology, and literary criticism, Williams demonstrates how approaching theology consciously informed by the awareness of the identity of black women results in a rich and vibrant knowledge of the sacred. Sisters in the Wilderness provides a reconstruction of "God-talk" that adds a new dimension of meaning to the struggle for faith in God, Who "makes a way out of no way.""--BOOK JACKET.

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