Virtual Author Talk: God is a Black Woman with Dr. Christena Cleveland - Feb 11 @ 6:30 PM CST
Join us as we celebrate the release of God is a Black Woman by Dr. Christena Cleveland.
God Is a Black Woman presents a powerful critique of a society shaped by white patriarchal Christianity and culture. Cleveland reveals how America’s collective idea of God as a white man has perpetuated hurt, hopelessness, and racial and gender oppression. Integrating womanist ideology, and theological, historical, and social science research, she invites readers to take seriously the truth that God is not white nor male and points to a new path for connecting with the divine and honoring the sacredness of all Black people.
Christena Cleveland Ph.D. is a social psychologist, public theologian, author, and activist. She is the founder and director of the Center for Justice + Renewal as well as its sister organization, Sacred Folk, which creates resources to stimulate people’s spiritual imaginations and support their journeys toward liberation. An award-winning researcher and. An award-winning researcher and a former professor at Duke University’s Divinity School, Christena’s work has appeared in magazines ranging from Essence to Christianity Today. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
When: Friday, February 11 at 6:30 PM CST
How: Registration is required. You can RSVP with a book purchase or without a book purchase. We appreciate your support of our store by purchasing the book with us. This empowers us to continue bringing amazing author programming to Houston and beyond.
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