Sarah Sentilles

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Sarah Sentilles the author of four books, Taught by America: A Story of Struggle and Hope in Compton, A Church of Her Own: What Happens When a Woman Takes the Pulpit, Breaking Up with God: A Love Story, and Draw Your Weapons. She has a master’s of divinity and a doctorate in theology from Harvard Divinity School, studying under Gordon D. Kaufman.[1] She has addressed the struggles and triumphs particularly evident within the paradigm concerning the ordination of women in Christian ministry. She previously taught at California State University, Channel Islands and currently teaches at Pacific Northwest College of Art, in Portland, Oregon. Sentilles describes herself as an agnostic.[1] [2]

Published works

  • Taught by America: A Story of Struggle and Hope in Compton (Beacon, 2005)
  • A Church of Her Own: What Happens When a Woman Takes the Pulpit (Harcourt, 2008)
  • Breaking Up with God: A Love Story (HarperOne, 2011)[3]
  • Draw Your Weapons (Random House, 2017)

References

  1. ^ a b Sarah Sentilles. "Solid Ground for Agnostics". The New Humanism.
  2. ^ Sarah Sentilles. "Breaking Up with God: I Didn't Lose My Faith, I Left It". Religion Dispatches.
  3. ^ Sarah Sentilles. "Breaking Up with God, A Love Story - the new book by author Sarah Sentilles". [1]. Archived from the original on 2012-11-15. External link in |work= (help)

External links

  • Sarah Sentilles website
  • Tavis Smiley interview with Sarah Sentilles June 6, 2008


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