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Social Theology: A Woman's Forum

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This artificial channel is distinct.  It conveys the difference between spirituality and religion.  Individualism is discrete and personal.  A woman develops her spirituality as an individual while she is enriched through collectivism of a certain set of beliefs as practiced by a collective group of people to develop religiously.8  Social Theology, as lensed around Social Psychology, concentrates on many religions for rich histories of tradition and practice that culturally mire; translating the practice of religion less palatable to diverse populations than spirituality.9  For that reason, The School of Social Theology has formed.


Insofar, women have begun her establishment in a male religious world.  Her vision is a mission of possibilities of greater unity with her significant other.  Her voice has effectiveness in politics, government, and law.  The next step we must take is the implementation of this School of Thought - The School of Social Theology. 


1 "Aristotle: Politics [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]". 2005-07-27. Retrieved 2013-10-09.

2 Verlena Sexton-Walker . "Social Theology.' January 13, 2014.

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4 Spirituality: A Powerful Force in Women's Recovery. Issue Brief. September 26, 2006.

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5 Od . 4. 392 [no longer available].

6 A Socratic notion; cf. Plato, Crito  49c [page not found].

7 Spirituality: A Powerful Force in Women's Recovery. Issue Brief. September 26, 2006.

  National AIA Resource Center.

8 Id.

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I was asked to tailor this bio to my life project on the fight against social injustice (TFASIJ). I am Verlena Sexton-Walker, preference Verlena S. Walker and I reside in Detroit, Michigan. I am a mother of three and have double mastered in (more...)

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To empowerment a woman is to nurture the future! ... by Verlena S. Walker on Friday, Jan 17, 2014 at 11:51:30 AM
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