Saturday, February 1, 2020

Too Heavy a Yoke - Interview

I rarely post the theological books I've read or am considering reading. I am a womanist, theologian, preacher, teacher, and writer. My practice has been to keep this space true to what I originally envisioned, a living love letter as a bibliophile to the works of black female literature. It was born of a hunger in me and as something I wanted to do for my daughters.

This interview by Dr. Walker-Barnes is a step away from and a run to a connection of my interests. The book is one that is empowering and if considered alongside some of the literary works, can see character types of the "strong black woman" repeated.

Consider adding this to your reading list, it is certainly one I wish I had while in my studies earning my M.Div.https://youtu.be/0A-gadEfYag

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