Dec 05 2008

Feminist Review of Bulletproof Faith

Published by at 3:35 pm under blogs,Reviews

Wow, two great reviews in one day!

A friend once accused me of being a “piss-poor feminist” so I’m glad to get a good review from Feminist Review.

Here’s an excerpt:

Bulletproof Faith is an easy read, a loving read, actually. It is as much of a protective shield—coating the reader with images of a mysterious and perfect Creator—as it is an empowering how-to guide for healing from miscommunication, hate, and self-doubt. Chellew-Hodge’s work exudes confident and practical steps for those silenced and marginalized because of their sexual identity. She tackles how language is used to dehumanize the lives of the GLBTQ population, facing those who hate you, and the art of “surrendering” for true strength and peace. Chellew-Hodlge consistently advocates for trust, self-worth, and patience.

Read the whole piece here.

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