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Susan McLeod-Harrison

Susan McLeod-Harrison
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Bio: Susan Harrison has an M.Div. from Regent College and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. She and her husband have two exceptional children and live in the Portland, Oregon area. She is the author of Saving Women from the Church: How Jesus Mends a Divide (Barclay Press, 2008).

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A Provocative Representation of The Divine Feminine: Eric Drooker’s “Crucifixion”

I view this piece and know I can gather the hurting world in my womb. I can allow my feminine-specific suffering under patriarchy to be the conduit for my passionate pursuit of justice and my spark of love I extend toward others. For truly, I am the arms stretched out inside the fallopian tubes. The darkest night of my soul under patriarchy can become the very hope for others to find light.

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