Cheryl Kirk-Duggan calls on Christians to take seriously how their tradition has participated in violence while preaching against it. She uses theology, ethics, and cultural studies to explore such key issues as war, homicide, suicide, and scapegoating.
About the Author
Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan is a Professor of Theology and Women's studies at Shaw University Divinity School, Raleigh, NC, and an Ordained Elder in the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. Her current research includes: theology; justice; violence and religion; music; ethics; humor; the Bible and culture; Womanist and feminist studies; faith, spirituality, and health; women's religious and leadership experience; pedagogy; rage, grief, and transformation; gender theory; sexuality, and popular media as a praxeology for constructive and narrative theology.