Feminist Mysticism and Images of God by Jennie Knight
In a culture ready to embrace God in many forms, Jeannie Knight examines how the church can do the same.
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In this book, Jeannie Knight provides practical recommendations to help people transform images in the context of religious practices.
Jennie Knight says our image of God affects how we see ourselves, how we worship, how we treat one another, how (or whether) we work for justice, and a host of other life practices. Through reciprocal interviews with women at a Christian feminist spirituality center in Atlanta, she discovered a particularly feminist form of mysticism.
As people move beyond one fixed image of God (often in a European, male form but with unique characteristics for each person), they begin to move through images of God as paradox. Ultimately, they come to experience the divine as presence–within themselves, all people, and all of creation. ISBN 9780827210509.
Jeannie Knight is a practical theologian, a religious educator, a teacher of spiritual formation, and an ordained Baptist minister. I teach, write, and provide leadership about how our thinking about God, our religious practices, our spirituality, and our ways of being in the world and in relationship with one another are all interconnected.
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