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The Encyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America, Volume 2 epub ebook Category: Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253346878
ISBN13: 978-0253346872
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The encyclopedia is interreligious, interracial, and multicultural and is aimed at a broad general audience. These well-illustrated volumes will be an essential reference for all of those interested in the role of women in North America's vibrant and complex religious life.

The encyclopedia is interreligious, interracial, and multicultural and is aimed at a broad general audience. Instead of hundreds of short entries, this encyclopedia features more than 145 longer essays that enable major themes to be developed more fully. The articles focus on institutions, movements, and ideas.

A fundamental and well-illustrated reference collection for anyone interested in the role of women in North American religious life. VOLUME 2. 516. Latinas and ReligiousPolitical. 519. An Orthodox Perspective on Feminist Theology. The authors weave biographical sketches into their articles to give them a more personal and humanizing quality, and to recognize the women responsible for the gains made over the centuries.

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Historically, women in America have belonged to a wide variety of religious traditions . Enslaved African women may have tried to preserve their tribal religions, and others brought their Muslim faith to America with them, but even though Vodun and conjure persisted into the 20th century, most women of African descent eventually converted to Christianity. In his book The Man Nobody Knows (1925), Bruce Barton, an advertising executive, portrayed Jesus as a manly man who had built one of the most successful businesses in history.

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Christine Longaker is the former director of the Hospice of Santa Cruz County (California) and is considered a pioneer in the hospice movement. She has provided trainings in caring for the dying around the world since 1978. Encyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America, Volume 3. Marshall (1999), . 4.

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