Spirit and the Politics of Disablement
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In this remarkable and incisive work, Sharon Betcher analyzes our world and God's embodied presence in the light of her own disability and the insight it affords. She claims disablement as a site of powerful social and religious critique and reflection. With searing honesty, she reveals how our culture, only recently tolerant and supportive of disabled people, still fears...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by Fortress Press
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