Voices of the Sacred Feminine contains a huge collection of articles and interview transcripts from the long running internet radio show of the same name, which is hosted by Rev. Dr. Karen Tate, the book editor. With input from an extremely wide array of scholars, activists and writers this book contains a lot of different ideas to inspire thought on the role of the sacred feminine in contemporary society.
Politically Voices of the Sacred Feminine is grounded in American culture. However the politics of patriarchy is also prolific in other Western countries plus this book also gives a useful insight into an alternative American perspective not easily gained to those outside the US through more mainstream media.
Containing both female and male contributors the essays and interviews in Voices of the Sacred Feminine definitely give a lot of food for thought to readers of both genders.
Book Details: Rev. Dr. Karen Tate. Voices of the Sacred Feminine: Conversations to Re-Shape Our World. Changemakers Books; Reprint edition (28 Nov. 2014). ISBN-10: 1782795103. ISBN-13: 978-1782795100
Review Details: Voices of the Sacred Feminine was reviewed by June Kent, editor of Indie Shaman magazine.
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