Mary Elizabeth Moore is Dean Emerita and Professor of Theology and Education, Boston University School of Theology. Her work focuses on spiritual life, cultural and religious difference, constructive theology, and practices of mending and transforming a hurting society and planet. Her books and articles include Deep Understanding for Divisive Times (co-edited); Teaching as a Sacramental Act; A Living Tradition: Critical Recovery and Reconstruction of Wesleyan Heritage (ed.); Children, Youth, and Spirituality in a Troubling World (co-ed.); Ministering with the Earth; Teaching from the Heart; and articles on dignity, white privilege, and gender and sexuality. She is presently working on a book of meditations and a vision for practical theology at the intersection of sacrality and revolution.
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