Race, Identity, and Reconciliation

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Nun Katherine Weston, an Orthodox Christian monastic, is a pastoral counselor and trauma specialist in private practice. For more than 10 years she has been addressing topics central to the basic human experience, integrating an Orthodox Christian worldview with perspectives from current psychotherapies. In addition to racial identities, topics have included loneliness, shame, anger, anxiety, and attachment dynamics.

Race, Identity, and Reconciliation

Authored by Nun Katherine Weston, MA, LMHC

RACE, IDENTITY, AND RECONCILIATION is for anyone who seeks to be part of the conversation on the shifting paradigms of our times. The chapters are expanded from talks presented at the 22nd and 23rd annual conferences of the Brotherhood of Saint Moses the Black, a pan-Orthodox, multi-racial ministry.

Different regional views on human value, race, and faith are at the heart of an ongoing national struggle over the identity and direction of the U.S. What insights can the Orthodox Church contribute as an expression of Christianity that was not involved in African slave trade or economy?

Publication Date:
0998390607 / 9780998390604
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US Trade Paper
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6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Religion / Christian Life / Social Issues

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