Our Right to Choose

Toward a New Ethic of Abortion

By Beverly Wildung Harrison

Our Right to Choose

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  • ISBN: 9781610976435
  • Pages: 354
  • Publication Date: 11/7/2011
  • Retail Price: $41.00
Web Price: $32.80
Web Price: $32.80

Our Right to Choose

Toward a New Ethic of Abortion

By Beverly Wildung Harrison

paperback-logo

PAPERBACK

  • ISBN: 9781610976435
  • Pages: 354
  • Publication Date: 11/7/2011
  • Retail Price: $41.00
Web Price: $32.80

Endorsements & Reviews-

Wipf and Stock is to be congratulated for making Beverly Wildung Harrison's Our Right to Choose newly available. Recognized as a classic in its field from its publication in 1983, Our Right to Choose is as compelling--and needed--today as it was then.

- Nyla Rasmussen, RN, Maternal Child Health
Larry Rasmussen, Reinhold Niebuhr Professor Emeritus of Social Ethics,
Union Theological Seminary, New York City

"This historic book is as incisive, pertinent, timely and morally compelling as it was twenty-eight years ago. Harrison has both ethical purchase and feminist vision on 'The Issue of Our Age.' Read it, learn, be convicted and act!"
- Rev. Dr. Serene Jones, President of Union Theological Seminary

"Decades after its initial publication, Beverly Wildung Harrison's sex-positive, justice and social welfare affirming study of abortion remains a unique and trailblazing contribution to the field of Christian ethics. From the treatment of women's procreation in the history of Western Christianity to the rhetoric of 1970s abortion politics, she offers meticulous critiques and constructive feminist Christian ideas sorely needed in today's debates about abortion rights."

Traci C. West, author of Disruptive Christian Ethics: When Racism and Women's Lives Matter

Contributors-

Beverly Wildung Harrison

Bio(s)-

Two years after Our Right to Choose appeared in 1983, the world of Christian ethics was again impacted by Beverly Wildung Harrison's second groundbreaking book, Making the Connections: Essays in Feminist Social Ethics, edited by Carol S. Robb (Beacon: 1985). Over the next fifteen years, until retiring in 1999 as the Carolyn Williams Beaird Professor of Christian Ethics at New York's Union Theological Seminary, Harrison continued to teach and shape a methodology in feminist social ethics which attracted scores of graduate students, both men and women, who currently occupy professorships in ethics throughout the United States and elsewhere in the world. Her former students also include pastors in the United States and Europe and around the globe in countries as diverse as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya, and Korea. Since her retirement, Beverly Harrison has continued to consult with former and current graduate students. In 2004, six of her former students worked with Harrison in publishing a commentary on her methodology, Justice in the Making: Feminist Social Ethics (Westminster/John Knox Press). Since 1999, Beverly Harrison has lived in an intentional community in the mountains of western North Carolina where, along with her longtime companion Carter Heyward and several other friends, she continues to work for justice in every venue possible, including active involvement in the Democratic Party and in movements for racial, economic, sexual, and gender justice. She has been particularly devoted to pro-choice work and LGBT justice efforts in the Presbyterian and Episcopal churches and in society at large. Harrison delights in the companionship of several dogs, cats, and horses!

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