By Mary McClintock Fulkerson,Marcia W. Mount Shoop
Theologians and Presbyterian ministers Mary McClintock Fulkerson and Marcia Mount Shoop invite us to recognize and handle the injuries of race and privilege that proceed to hurt and decrease the lifetime of the church. utilizing Eucharist as a template for either the church's blindness and for Christ's redemptive means, this ebook invitations religion groups, in particular white-dominant church buildings, into new methods of re-membering what it capacity to be the physique of Christ. In a nonetheless racialized society, can the physique of Christ really recognize and get dressed the injuries of race and privilege? Re-membering Christ's damaged and betrayed physique should be simply the therapeutic course we need.
"The challenge this quantity addresses--the quiet, sophisticated means race deforms predominantly white, Presbyterian congregations--couldn't be extra well timed. Its authors convey to this fraught topic a well-honed dedication to racial justice and a wealth of expertise in Presbyterian congregational lifestyles. . . . Clergy, students, and laity have a lot to realize from this insightful and available mix of trenchant educational research, theological knowledge, and actual compassion."
--Ellen T. Armour, wood worker affiliate Professor of Feminist Theology, Vanderbilt Divinity School
"[This booklet] publications us in the course of the painful means of acknowledging the lifestyles of racism within the church. It calls us to the tough religious perform of self-reflection, self-examination, and truth-telling. . . . This e-book is a call for participation to technique the Lord's desk in authenticity to obtain the nourishment that could foster reconciliation on a private and communal level."
--Wanda M. Lundy, Director of general practitioner of Ministry software, long island Theological Seminary
"A daring invitation to discover the therapeutic possibilities that Jesus deals us via a existence jointly on the desk, the place denial, worry, betrayal, and abuse might be explored and cured, growing the prospect that we would stream past the dismemberment of the physique of Christ."
--Magdalena I. García, instructing elder within the Presbytery of Chicago, hospice chaplain
"A prayer request is being spoke back with this publication by way of of this country's ultimate feminist theologians. . . . sooner than we will comprehend the Eucharist as a solution to the racial situation we first needs to take hold of the way it questions white privilege, and Fulkerson and Shoop aid us do this."
--Willie James Jennings, Yale Divinity School
Mary McClintock Fulkerson is Professor of Theology at Duke Divinity university in Durham, North Carolina, and an ordained minister within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). She is the writer of Changing the topic: Women's Discourses and Feminist Theology (1994) and Places of Redemption: Theology for a cosmopolitan Church (2007).
Marcia W. Mount Shoop is a theologian, minister, and writer of Let the Bones Dance: Embodiment and the physique of Christ (2010) and Touchdowns for Jesus and different indicators of Apocalypse: Lifting the Veil on Big-Time Sports (2014). She blogs at www.marciamountshoop.com.
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A Body Broken, A Body Betrayed: Race, Memory, and Eucharist in White-Dominant Churches by Mary McClintock Fulkerson,Marcia W. Mount Shoop