Korean Women And God: Experiencing God in a Multi-religious Colonial Context
Korean women are nurtured in a culture dominated by patriarchy and often understand God within this context, another form of authority that is easily displeased and quick to judge. Although it is rare to find pastoral ministry programs sensitive to women's needs, the author shows how such programs would transform women's lives by introducing them to a God to love and understanding and empowering them to help transform society.
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