Foreword, Jamie Pitts Series Preface, Malinda Berry, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, USA, and Paul Martens, Baylor University, USA Preface, Elizabeth Soto Albrecht, Lancaster Theological Seminary, USA Introduction, Darryl Stephens, Pennsylvania Academy of Ministry at Lancaster Theological Seminary, USA Part 1: Retrieval, Remembering, and Re-envisioning 1. The Retrieval of a Liberating Christology, Nancy Bedford, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, USA 2. Jesus and the Stories of Our Lives, Carol Penner, Conrad Grebel University College, Canada 3. The Politics of Suffering and JustPraxis, Elizabeth Soto Albrecht, Lancaster Theological Seminary, USA Part 2: Living the Politics of Jesus in Context 4. Hospitality as Revolutionary in Subordination in South Africa, Karen Suderman, Eastern Mennonite University, USA 5. Women of Faith Advocating Peace in Colombia, Alix Lozano, Mennonite Seminary of Colombia, Colombia 6. Pacifism, Non-Violence, and the Assault on Marginalized Bodies, Regina Shands Stoltzfus, Goshen College, USA Part 3: Salvation, Redemption, and Witness 7. Salvation for the Sinned Against, Linda Gehman Peachy, Mennonite Central Committee, USA 8. Never Merely Victims, Erin Dufault-Hunter, Fuller Theological Seminary, USA 9. Bearing Witness to Jesus, Resurrected Survivor of Sexual Violence, Hilary Jerome Scarsella, Memphis Theological Seminary, USA Part 4: Responding to and Learning from John Howard Yoder's Sexual Violence 10. Repairing the Moral Canopy after Institutional Betrayal, Sara Wenger Shenk, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, USA 11. Adopting the 2015 MC USA Churchwide Statement on Sexual Abuse, Linda Gehman Peachey, Mennonite Central Committee, USA 12. Lessons from Anabaptist Women's Responses to John Howard Yoder's Sexual Violence, Karen V. Guth, College of the Holy Cross, USA Appendix: Churchwide Statement on Sexual Abuse Notes on Contributors Bibliography Index
Constructive Anabaptist theology by women of diverse cultural and disciplinary perspectives.
Elizabeth Soto Albrecht is Adjunct Instructor and former Advisor for Global Theological Education at Lancaster Theological Seminary, USA. Darryl W. Stephens is Director of United Methodist Studies and Director of the Pennsylvania Academy of Ministry at Lancaster Theological Seminary, USA.