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God's Troublemakers: How Women of Faith Are Changing the World Hardcover – September 15, 2006
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"Women and men alike will find lessons in Henderson's book about the true source of a resilient life: repairing the world." -Marie C Wilson, The Whitehouse Project
Religions for Peace- USA November 2006 E-Newsletter
"God's Troublemakers is extremely well written and deeply insightful for women and men in a time when all of us need to see our potential for bringing peace and justice to a world that desperately needs both."- William Carl III, The Presbyterian Outlook, June 11, 2007
"This wonderful book, imbued with common sense, health andhealing, is the fruit of years of study and prayerful reflection.
"It isa blessing to meet these compassionate, gifted women through the prism of Rev.Henderson's insight and disciplined intelligence."- Linner, Catholic News Service, April 13, 2007 (Catholic News Service)
About the Author
Katharine Rhodes Henderson is an ordained Presbyterian minister, who for the past decade has been the executive vice president of Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. She is co-founder of Face to Face/Faith to Faith, a multifaith leadership bringing together teenagers—Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus—from the Middle East, Northern Ireland, South Africa, and the US.
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I keep telling my wife how much I love this book and she tells me I've never spoken about a book in this way before. I've underlined so many pages that I can't lend it anyone so I've bought 6 as holiday gifts.
This is a book for moral, social entrepreneurs.
co-author Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work