About the Author
Caroline Blyth is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Emily Colgan is Lecturer in Theology at Trinity Methodist Theological College, Auckland, New Zealand.
Katie B. Edwards is Director of the Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies and Senior Lecturer in the School of English, University of Sheffield, UK.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction – Caroline Blyth, Emily Colgan, and Katie B. Edwards
Chapter 2: Let Him Romance You: Rape Culture and Gender Violence in Evangelical Christian Self-Help Literature – Emily Colgan
Chapter 3: Men’s Ministries and Patriarchy: From Sites of Perpetuation to Sites of Resistance – Robert Berra
Chapter 4: The Royal Commission Investigates Child Sexual Abuse: Uncovering Cultures of Sexual Violence in the Catholic Church – Kathleen McPhillips
Chapter 5: The Church’s Contribution to Domestic Violence: Submission, Headship, and Patriarchy – Daphne Marsden
Chapter 6: Queer(y)ing the Violence of Christian Gender Discourses – Jo Henderson-Merrygold
Chapter 7: Women’s Bodies and War: Bonhoeffer on Self-Assertion – Dianne Rayson
Chapter 8: Domestic Violence in Oceania: The Sin of Disobedience and the Violence of Obedience – Richard A. Davis
Chapter 9: Witnessing Trauma: A Counsellor’s Reflections on the Effects of Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence – Lisa Spriggens
Chapter 10: There Are No Winners Here: A Pastor’s Response to Date Rape in the Church – Philip Halstead
Chapter 11: Imago Dei and Fantasy Religions: Defeating Violence against Women throughout the Realms – Jordan Haynie Ware
Chapter 12: Responding to Stories of Trauma – Lisa Spriggens