'Weaving together issues of spirituality, ethics, language,
ministry, and leadership, Kaye Ashe provides a history and theology
that identifies the quiet revolution that has changed our ecclesial
lives and that continues to flourish even as it seeks full official
affirmation. . . . Provocative reading from beginning to end.'
-Anne Carr, Professor of Theology, The University of Chicago
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