Though remarkably similar, women's life experiences around the globe are undeniably different as well. Here a group of 20 leading experts, including theologians, social scientists, and specialists in various fields, explores pastoral care of and by women in light of distinctions in racial and ethnic background, class, generations, sexual orientation, and cultural realities. 352 pages, softcover from Fortress.
While there are many similarities among women's experiences, there are undeniable and important differences as well. Assembling a leading group of theologians, social scientists, and practitioners, this volume pioneers pastoral care of and by women in light of differences in race and ethnic background, class, generations, sexual orientation, and experience with the cultural realities that typically assail women.