HTS : Theological Studies
Inclusivity in Religion, Egypt, Coptic Christianity, Coptic Christian Women, Poverty, Ecclesiastical Hierarchy
In the article the author reflected on her personal and existential experience of a journey to Egypt, and how this highlights radical inclusivity. The article focused on the issues of the violence of poverty, the history of Coptic Christianity and the role of women within this tradition. The article touched on aspects such as 'women monks', ecclesiastical hierarchy in modern Coptic Christianity, and the ordination of clergy. It also considered the perspective of 'social hierarchy' and 'spiritual or divine hierarchy'.
Jackson, Glenna S., "Seeing the World Through the Eyes of Andries van Aarde : Radical Inclusivity : Original Research" (2011). Religion & Philosophy Faculty Scholarship. Paper 1.
Jackson, Glenna S. "Seeing The World Through The Eyes Of Andries Van Aarde : Radical Inclusivity : Original Research." HTS 1 (2011): 1-6.
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