The feminine face of God: the unfolding of the sacred in women

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Bantam Books, 1991 - Religion - 253 pages
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A pioneering look at women's experiences of spirituality, based on in-depth interviews with over 100 women across America, ranging from mystics and ministers to "everyday" women. The common bond among all of these women is that they have forged, often at great personal expense, an authentic relationship with God.

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From the back cover: "For many contemporary women, the old patriarchal modes of religion are long relevant, forming a need to beyond the male-oriented past to a wider, more fulfilling spiritual ... Read full review

THE FEMININE FACE OF GOD: The Unfolding of the Sacred in Women

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Running the gamut from Anglicanism to Zen, psychologist Anderson and consultant Hopkins present an uncritical examination of uniquely feminine aspects of faith. Offering a complex, densely layered ... Read full review


The Question That Wouldnt
Seedbed of the Sacred
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Sherry Ruth Anderson, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice. She is coauthor of "The Feminine Face of God." She lives in Marin County, California.

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