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Carter Heyward

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  • Spirit Of The Lord Is Upon Me


    To release in anticipation of the 40th anniversary of the ordinations

    * Gathers the bulk of Sue Hiatt’s writings, never before published

    * Reflections from Sue’s peers and colleagues

    As we approach the 40th anniversary of the irregular ordination of the group of women
    who became known as the “Philadelphia Eleven,” Carter Heyward and Janine LeHane
    gather the writings of Sue Hiatt, considered “bishop to the women” and leader of the
    movement that led to that momentous occasion.
    Quiet, introspective, passionate, strong-minded, Sue Hiatt’s road to Christian feminism
    began as a teenager. These writings, alongside material by Carter Heyward and others
    critical to the movement, are a vital source of study, reflection, and inspiration.

    AUDIENCE: For ordained women (and those who wish to be) across denominations,
    church historians, and seminarians.

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  • Saving Jesus From Those Who Are Right


    In what she describes as “my most important work,” Carter Heyward here rethinks the figure and import of Jesus for church, clergy, and the academy. Rather than focus on the endlessly variable pictures of Jesus in contemporary biblical scholarship, and in radical opposition to the Jesus of the “Christian Right,” Heyward presents “Jesus as our brother, infused with a sacred power and passion for embodying right relation, and ourselves with him in this commitment.”

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