Seminal Books in Activist Theology: Feminist Theology

Seminal Books in Activist Theology

January 10, 2019

Reading and discussing books that help to galvanize faith-based consciousness in movement.

For our January Seminal Books conversation, we will be featuring a roundtable conversation about books in feminist theology. By feminist, we mean all books coming out of women’s writing and theological work.

A few women connected with the Library will discuss their personal seminal books that were part of their early formation in liberation, activism and theology and we will invite conversation with those gathered and online.

Those leading up the conversations will be the Rev. Emily Brewer, Executive Director of the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship, along with the Rev. Sarah Henkel and Amy Dalton of the Community of Living Traditions at Stony Point Center. Amy Dalton is also one of our CLBSJ Board Members!

The conversation will be held on Thursday January 10, 2019 at 7PM at the Library, 5 Crickettown Road Stony Point, NY and will be live-streamed on our Facebook page.

Additional Upcoming 2019 Seminal Books Conversations, all at 7PM at the Library and Facebook live-streamed:

● February 14, 2019 — Queer Biblical Hermeneutics ● March 14, 2019 — Poverty and Poor People’s Organizing ● April 11, 2019 — African Liberation ● May 9, 2019 — Palestinian Liberation Theology (Nakba Day May 15) ● June 13, 2019 - Indigenous Liberation Theology (AIM anniversary May 20)