The Web and the Quilt: Alternatives to the Heroic Journey Toward Spiritual Development View Full Text


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DATE

2001-10

AUTHORS

Ruth E. Ray, Susan H. McFadden

ABSTRACT

This paper poses a feminist challenge to stage models of spiritual development and suggests alternative metaphors to the common image of a heroic journey. Women's spirituality is typically more intuitive and relational than rational and individualistic and to express this, we employ metaphors of “the web” and “the quilt.” Support for the relevance of these metaphors comes from the spiritual autobiography of Jane Goodall, an anthology of African American women's writings about spirituality, and two qualitative research investigations of older women's spirituality. We conclude with an autobiographical account of our own spiritual development and engage in a dialogue-on-the-page in which we respond to each other's narratives. More... »

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201-211

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