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Too often the experiences of the women and men in the pews of our churches have been ignored by Church leaders and academic theologians. Ellen Clark-King has listened to the religious experiences of Roman Catholic, Anglican and Methodist working class women in Newcastle upon Tyne and brought their voices into the theological arena. They speak in vivid and moving language of their understanding of God and Church and prayer, and what it means for them to be Christian. Taking these insights seriously, this book constructs a new theology for the Church - a 'choral theology' where the voices of many different Christians are given the opportunity to be heard together.
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Ellen Clark-King is an Anglican Priest and Spiritual Director working in the north-east of England.
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