Injustice and the Care of Souls: Taking Oppression Seriously in Pastoral Care
Pastoral care is often focused on individual problems, but much ofwhat harms and impedes us stems from the larger social maladies atwork in our lives. This unprecedented gathering of two dozen essaysdiscusses the realities of racism, sexism, heterosexism, ageism,ableism, and classism prevalent within the church and society in aneffort to broaden and inform pastoral caregivers with the knowledgeand the skills needed to respond effectively to oppressed andmarginalized persons. The volumes also help pastors to reflect on theways their own social location has an impact on their ministries andto gain familiarity with resources available to support pastoralcaregivers in a variety of contexts.
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In religion, it means submission to the will of the One God, the Creator, Allah.
Many Americans and Westerners err when they describe Allah as the "Muslim
God." In fact, Arab Christians and Jews use the same name, "Allah," to describe
Taking Oppression Seriously in Pastoral Care Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook, Karen
Brown Montagno. mothers of civilization, (0 Domination of the earth is for Allah (
God), and (g) Unity of knowledge (Rashid 1990, 19).
In health, a Muslim is expected to be grateful to Allah for his grace and mercy and
to utilize such health in leading a righteous life. In illness, a Muslim is expected to
be grateful to Allah for what he or she has, patient in facing difficulty, and ...
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Those who seek to recover from oppression or care for those who are unable to, can turn to this collection of fact-based calls. They call for action. Blaine-Wallace piece on "Lamentation as Justice ... Volledige review lezen
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