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A Serpentine Path: Mysteries of the Goddess

by Carol P. Christ 


“The serpentine path is the path of life, a snakelike, meandering path, winding in and out, up and down, with no beginning and no end, into the darkness and into the light.”

A Serpentine Path: Mysteries of the Goddess is Carol P. Christ’s moving memoir of her journey from death to rebirth and regeneration, culminating on the first Goddess Pilgrimage to Crete. Having left behind the male God of traditional religion who rules the world from outside it, Christ hopes that the Goddess can help her manifest her heart’s desires. Deeply disappointed, she discovers the Goddess as a personal presence who is always with her and every other individual in the world, but whose power is not omnipotence. The mystery of the Goddess is revealed at the ancient site of Kato Zakros in Crete as the dance of life: a serpentine path with no beginning and no end, into the darkness, into the light, and back again. Thea-logy, reflection on the meaning of Goddess, emerges from and takes root in a woman’s embodied experience, inspiring others to join the dance.



Mother Daughter Speak

by Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Elisabeth Sophia Lee

Coming Mother’s Day 2017


Mother-daughter relationships can be wonderful and powerful. They can also be stressful, challenging, and painful; yet they are often delicate and tender. After losing her own mother, Kim shares that strengthening her own mother-daughter relationship became more important than ever. Even through tumultuous times, mother-daughter relationships sustain us and keep us connected.

Kim’s and Lee’s personal reflections in this book from family, to real life challenges, to faith,  are attempts to open the dialogue between family members and communities. They share some of their vulnerabilities and pains in hopes that this kind of sharing will encourage others to engage in similar intimate dialogue.


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If Jesus Ran for President

by Gina Messina

Coming  2017

With the majority of the American Christian population casting their votes for Donald Trump, one must consider how Jesus would stand on social policy in the 21st century. Arguing that Jesus was a radical, Messina uses sharp wit and humor to present him as a presidential candidate while making comparisons to President Donald Trump and the current Administration that often invoke his name. If Jesus were running for President today, would Christians vote for him or would he be laughed off the ballot? Messina’s conclusions might surprise you. 

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