lascsw3, July 31, 2008 (view all comments by lascsw3)
I first read this book in the summer of 1998. My daughter handed it to me on the way to a peacemaking retreat in Montrat, N.C. where the author was a speaker. Said if I only read two chapters, make it the chapters on Jesus and Mary. I left for that retrea, exhausted and spiritually depleted from my work as a therapist/social worker. I started the book on the plane, read whenever I could through out the week and finished it as the plane landed in my hometown. I felt transformed and energized and in love with feminist theology .
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