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Women, HIV, and the church : in search of refuge

Autor Arthur J Ammann; Julie Ponsford Holland
Vydavatel: Eugene, Or. : Cascade Books, ©2012.
Vydání/formát:   Tištěná kniha : English
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"As the world watched the biggest global epidemic in history evolve, many anticipated that Christians would embrace those who were affected just as Jesus during his time embraced those who were sick and dying. Mostly, the Christian church stood back and observed. Sometimes Christians responded with stigma and discrimination. Many who sought refuge in the churches--churches where they had served the sick and the  Přečíst více...
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Typ dokumentu Kniha
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Arthur J Ammann; Julie Ponsford Holland
ISBN: 1620322781 9781620322789
OCLC číslo: 814270946
Popis: xvii, 180 pages ; 23 cm + book and study guide on 1 computer disc (sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.)
Obsahy: Women, HIV, and the heart of God / Mark A. Labberton --
HIV and AIDS: a brief overview / Arthur J. Ammann --
A "Christian" response to epidemics? Theological and historical considerations / Darrel W. Amundsen --
"Our women amazed us": the role of women in the story of redemption / Daniel B. Clendenin --
A biblical case for the value and dignity of women / Sharon Gallagher --
Feminization of the HIV epidemic / Arthur J. Ammann --
Theology of care for the vulnerable / David W. Gill --
A Christian look at suffering in a time of HIV / Susan S. Phillips --
Women as compassionate champions: the doers and the leaders / Nyambura J. Njoroge --
Stories from women with HIV / Erika Nossokoff & Arthur J. Ammann --
HIV: expansion of the epidemic, prevention, and treatment / Arthur J. Ammann --
The Church as a refuge for women affected by HIV / Nupanga Weanzana --
Appendix 1. The 20 most frequently asked questions about HIV and AIDS --
Appendix 2. Christian organizational and denominational statements on HIV and AIDS / compiled and edited by Arthur J. Ammann --
Appendix 3. Glossary.
Odpovědnost: edited by Arthur J. Ammann and Julie Ponsford Holland.

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"As the world watched the biggest global epidemic in history evolve, many anticipated that Christians would embrace those who were affected just as Jesus during his time embraced those who were sick and dying. Mostly, the Christian church stood back and observed. Sometimes Christians responded with stigma and discrimination. Many who sought refuge in the churches--churches where they had served the sick and the poor--were turned away as they now sought refuge for themselves and their children. Individual authors address the critical issues related to the HIV epidemic, women, and the Christian church: how the HIV epidemic affected so many women and children; what the Old and New Testaments teach about our responsibility to the poor, the needy, the sick, the widow, and the orphan; and how difficult it should be for Christians to ignore these teachings. The HIV epidemic continues, and millions of women and children bear a disproportionate share of the pain and suffering without a refuge. Although HIV is a specific disease, it serves as a paradigm for all Christians to ask what other needs they may be ignoring."--Publisher's description.

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