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Social Theology: A Woman's Forum

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Women's Health is forum of empowerment.  It states that a woman has just as much to say in a political arena about welfare, war, capitalism, social structure, and the performance of their leaders in aspects of life that  pertain to the commonwealth.  More often than not, women are subjected to drama through an unequal political system.  We are the ones that often define social injustice and abuse of power in governmental schemes.   Empty, desolated with no support, pushed into isolation for resolution, these are the feelings women seek to eradicate. 

As a network of the greater good, a woman organizes her daily life around a capture presence of orderliness.  She wakes up.  If she works, she grooms and leaves home and arrives at work.  At the end of day, if she has family planned, she journeys home and, once there, begins her afternoon activities of tiding to prepare her family dinner.  Women's lives are spectacular.  They cultivate the future woman to be much more than their generation.   Just a vicious cycle we make normal to life and world.

The School of Social Theology

The definition of Social Theology is "The unified purpose for a greater determination through social mediums of enrichment to enhance people's lives"1 [Note: Dissemination of this big idea has journal entry in the Dairies of OpEdNews.com on January 12, 2014, and on January 13, 2014; it was a posted entry via social media Reddit.com].2 Our concern as women is that we live meaningfully.  We must not allow stagnation to our beliefs, concepts, theories, opinions, ideas, or even notions via gender biases.  Procrastinators we become because we are seeking a better way.  The "something-else" that many women find in this path of propaganda is spirituality.*3

Social Theology is a fulfillment of otherworldliness that addresses the essence of a woman.  As women, we attend a philosophical discourse.  Our statements represent us.  Therefore, our articulation must be clear and concise.    A woman's down spiral becomes her lack of voice.  Our basic theme is such a simplicity of our vivacity in that we must be who we are to become overwhelming to another.  A woman's upward spiral is topical, political, and governmental issued and enables her voice to be heard collectively. 

Solidarity is the nucleus and we are atomic to those who negate our growth.  As women, when we seek justice, we do not need permission to speak out against a barrier.  If we are to achieve, we will not be sequestered.  We will establish ourselves though a School of Thought and this school is The School of Social Theology.

The Philosophy

The meeting of minds is a powerful tool that fulfills a religious purpose. It introduces the philosophy of social justice and solidarity that liberates. It shows an in-depth focus to a humanitarian means that measures the structure of government. This School of Thought is based in Theology and Social Psychology. The founder is Verlena Sexton-Walker, MS.Ed., MBA-GM, BSCJ.  Let us come together, develop a social media medium that inspires and motivate the senses of women. That can enrich and enhance our lives. Join in the movement of a greater determination via the The School of Social Theology. 

Aristotle's views on women were that women are subjects to men; however, higher than a slave.1  Considering that, philosophy is a guide of life; this is a chaotic position today. The Stoic philosopher Musonius Rufus (ca. A.D. 30-101) states that a woman has the right to seek how she can live well.  A woman's tendency is to rationalize why this is logical and why this is acceptable.  Therefore, socialism is constructivism of resources given to all by law.  In this democracy, social justice is the key application to how we live.   

Foremost, a woman must prepare the home with man taking part in that preparation.  Each activity, to that regard, is an aspect of life.  Philosophy, therefore, is "nothing other" than the science of living that contemplates this, "What good or evil has been done in [t]his house.'4  A woman's role should not become a man's foe.  Her role is to become her man's backbone.  Her practice of philosophy is just.  She should be the blameless partner in life plus a good worker in common causes and devoted to her responsibilities toward her husband (if applicable) and children (if the same).  If she is ambitious, greed should not be the issue.  

Today's woman knows that wrong brings disgrace.5  Therefore, many times wrongful deeds are caused by socio-economic factors.  These factors most time incline to be so great that ambition outweighs inferiority.  Socio-psychological factors such as addictions, child abuse, and domestic violence cultivates the lack of love for her children (if applicable) or self.  Social Theology done as a woman's forum seeks eradication of these variables. 

Theology

Theologically, socialism and spirituality are mingled.  Common themes are "relatedness," "transcendence," "meaning/purpose," and "self-knowledge."6  Dogmatically, these themes echoes a description of spirit and soul as, "a source of personal strength," "finding the divine within," "purpose/meaning in life," "acceptance of a higher power," "self-awareness," "expression of key values," "transcendent," "individual," and "connectedness."7  Doctrinally, these themes are the core of Social Theology.  Religiously, via poetry and philosophy, these themes create a process of learning, love, and trust beginning with self-nurturance.  Women must spiritually awaken though the conduit by which they will self-actualize to the self-realization of self-worthiness. 

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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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