Item description for Sexual Violence: The Sin Revisited by Marie M. Fortune...
Overview Publisher Marketing: Originally published in 1983 as Sexual Violence: The Unmentionable Sin, this book is an updated combination of Fortune's experiences as a church educator, advocate for sexual abuse survivors, and pastor that answers a difficult question--How do we respond to sexual violence? With sexual violence no longer the "unmentionable" sin it was 20 years ago, and with much progress having been made in the ways we respond to sexual violence, Sexual Violence: The Sin Revisited celebrates our changing consciousness but also continues to call religious leaders' and caregivers' attention to this pervasive constellation of problems.
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Studio: Pilgrim Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.36" Width: 5.72" Height: 0.78" Weight: 1.07 lbs.
Release Date Jun 17, 2005
Publisher Pilgrim Press
ISBN 0829816682 ISBN13 9780829816686
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More About Marie M. Fortune
Marie M. Fortune is founder and senior analyst at the FaithTrust Institute, whereshe addresses sexual and domestic violence in faith communities. The Rev. Dr.Fortune is ordained in the United Church of Christ. She is a pastor, an educator, an author, and a practicing theologian and ethicist. Her books include Keepingthe Faith: Guidance for Christian Women Facing Abuse; Is Nothing Sacred? WhenSex Invades the Pastoral Relationship; and Sexual Violence: The Sin Revisited.
Marie M. Fortune currently resides in Seattle, in the state of Washington.
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from Pilgrim Press Mar 16, 2006
This is a revision of the classic 1981 edition which includes The author's insights derived from a career of working against sexual violence in all its forms. With sexual violence no longer the "unmentionable" sin it was twenty years ago, and with much progress having been made in the ways people respond to sexual violence, this new book continues to call religious leaders' and caregivers' attention to this pervasive constellation of problems.