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Donald Capps draws upon the poetry of William Stafford and Denise Levertov to show how poetry can benefit the field of pastoral care. He argues that poetry focuses on the immediate experience and attends to life itself, whereas theology and ethics focus more on abstract discourse, seeking to achieve a more panoramic view of life.
|1||The Self We Bring to Our Vocation||7|
|2||Pastoral Conversation as Embodied Language||39|
|3||Inviting the Grieving Back to Life||74|
|4||Learning to Heed the Unheard Voices||100|
|5||Pastoral Care and the Yearning for Freedom||144|