Women's faith development : patterns and processes / Nicola Slee.

By: Slee, NicolaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Explorations in practical, pastoral, and empirical theologyPublication details: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2004Description: xii, 205 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0754608859 (alk. paper); 0754608867 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Women -- Religious life | Faith development | Feminist theology | Theology, PracticalDDC classification: 261.8/344 LOC classification: BV4527 | .S52 2004
Contents:
1. The nature and aims of the study -- 2. Women's faith development : a framework -- 3. Developing a feminist research methodology -- 4. The processes of women's faith development -- 5. The patterns of women's faith development : alienation -- 6. The patterns of women's faith development : awakenings -- 7. The patterns of women's faith development : relationality -- 8. Conclusions and implications for Christian education and pastoral practice.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-197) and indexes.

1. The nature and aims of the study -- 2. Women's faith development : a framework -- 3. Developing a feminist research methodology -- 4. The processes of women's faith development -- 5. The patterns of women's faith development : alienation -- 6. The patterns of women's faith development : awakenings -- 7. The patterns of women's faith development : relationality -- 8. Conclusions and implications for Christian education and pastoral practice.

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