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Making a Way Out of No Way: A Womanist Theology (Innovations: African American Religious Thought) (Innovations: African American Religious Thought) Paperback – September 1, 2008
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"This book is classic Monica Coleman - interdisciplinary, interreligious, professional and personal, cutting edge and linked to traditions. She crafts a womanist theology interwoven with post modern and process theologies." --Dwight N. Hopkins, Professor of Theology, University of Chicago Divinity School
About the Author
Monica A. Coleman is associate professor of constructive theology and African American religions at Claremont School of Theology. She is the author of Not Alone: Reflections on Faith and Depression (2012), The Dinah Project: A Handbook for Congregational Response to Sexual Violence(2010), Making a Way Out of No Way: A Womanist Theology (Fortress Press, 2008), and co-editor of Creating Women's Theology: a Movement Engaging Process Thought (2011). The African American Pulpit named Coleman one of the "Top 20 to Watch The New Generation of Leading Clergy: Preachers under 40."
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One of the greatest contributions of process philosophy is undoubtedly its ability to incorporate a myriad of human experiences into a unified whole. By bringing together the African Indigenous Spiritual Traditions, Womanist Theology and Process Metaphysics, Dr. Coleman took me on a spiritual journey like no other. Not only is this book true to the suffering of the world, it also offers reasonable and genuine hope for the future. Brutal honesty and hope always go hand in hand for any prophetic discourse. That is why I love this book so much! I highly recommend this book!
While I myself do not prefer to use process categories and Whiteheadian metaphysics, I sympathize with Coleman's reconstruction of the Christian faith for the 21st century.
Theologically speaking, I have a few disagreements with Coleman since I am not a process theologian, but as a relational theologian working within the African American religious tradition, I would highly reocommend this work.