Val Webb has taught Religious Studies at the University of Minnesota and Augsburg College in the United States and at Whitley College, Melbourne, Murdoch University, Perth and Charles Sturt University, Sydney. She has written eight books, including In Defense of Doubt: An Invitation to Adventure (Chalice Press, 1995), Why We're Equal: Introducing Feminist Theology (Chalice Press, 1999), and Florence Nightingale: The Making of a Radical Theologian (Chalice Press, 2002).
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A unique and highly recommended biography Jun 5, 2002
Florence Nightingale: The Making Of A Radical Theologian by theologist and biographer Val Webb is a fascinating study of the little-known yet fiery and passionate religious beliefs held and shared by the world-famous nursing and hospital reformer, feminist, and social activist. In the Victorian times when Nightingale lived, the inequalities of the stratified British "class" society worried her, and she came to espouse a vigorous liberation theology and followed a deeply spiritual and intimately personal quest for Truth. Amazingly informative, meticulously researched and openly candid, Florence Nightingale: The Making Of A Radical Theologian is a unique and highly recommended biography of an influential and devout historical figure.