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W. Graham Monteith"This book compiles much of Stanley Hauerwas' understanding of the theology of disability in an accessible way. . . . It combines a comprehensive collection of his work with commentaries or dialogues by other experts in the field in an interesting and readable format, and dismisses pessimistic and defeatist attitudes that have in the past condemned 'the retarded' to institutionalized lives. The result is a fascinating journey through the ethics of writing about and for people with learning disabilities. Much of what Hauerwas writes is aimed at parents and addresses the problems of bringing up children with such difficulties."
—FFIS, PhD, BPHIL, BD, MA, Independent Consultant on disability and theology