Faith in Action will deepen your perspective on important issues—from racial justice to environmental concerns, from LGBTQIA equality to Native people's rights, from women's equality to disability rights, from mass incarceration to immigration—so that when you step out into the world to be an activist, advocate, and ally, you'll have the tools and confidence you need. Created by contributors with varied experiences in activism, faith, policy, and social change, Faith in Action is the book for you if you are ready to make a real difference.
Read Fortress Press's interview with M. Shawn Copeland, only on fortressforum.com! Being human is neither abstract nor hypothetical. It is concrete,...
Over the last two decades, traditional formulations of the idea of atonement have come under heavy attack from feminist theologians and others. They argue that...
An accessible, introductory text first published by Fortress Press in 1983, Her Story: Women in Christian History has sold over 30,000 copies of the first...
Ten years ago En la Lucha offered the first systematic presentation of mujerista theology - the liberating religious reflection of Hispanic women - ...
Exploring the religious impulse known as mysticism — the "silent cry" at the heart of all the world's religions. Mysticism, in the sense of a "longing...
In this theological resource for spiritual transformation and social change, Carter Heyward rethinks the figure and import of Jesus for church, academy, and...
Winner of Catholic Press Association Book-of-the-Year Award—Spirituality. Unique in its range and depth, this lavish anthology for the first time...
In the hundred years since The Women's Bible, giant strides have been made in feminist interpretation of the Bible. Now comes the first comprehensive...
This book is about faithful witnesses—from the Reformation to South African apartheid to Bonhoeffer—to the promise of Jesus Christ. Even in the midst of trials, these faithful followers have testified that the gospel is authority enough for the church's life and unity. Significantly, this is the first book in print by the late Robert Bertram, described by Edward Schroeder as "perhaps the most unpublished major Lutheran theologian of the twentieth century."
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