Carter Heyward

Carter Heyward

Isabel Carter Heyward (b. 1945 in North Carolina) is a lesbian feminist theologian, teacher and priest in the Episcopal Church - the province of the worldwide Anglican Communion in the United States.

In 1974, she was one of 11 women whose ordinations eventually paved the way for the recognition of women as priests in the Episcopal Church in 1976.

Read more about Carter Heyward:  Academic Career, Theology - The Nature of God, Theology - Jesus in Carter Heyward's Thought, The Task of Theology, Bibliography

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Carter Heyward - Bibliography
... Heyward is the author of some eleven books, and has edited/contributed to a further three ... An appreciation of Heyward's work can be found in chapter five of Lucy Tatman's 2001 book Knowledge That Matters A Feminist Theological Paradigm and ... Heyward was also the author of When Boundaries Betray Us, which is notable for its focus upon how she fell in love with her psychologist, and her subsequent emotional disappointments ...

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