"An emotionally provacative book, Journeys by Heart places the 'theology of the abused child' at the center of feminist theory. A revisioning of Christianity, it stretches traditional concepts and sheds new light on the fact that through our acts of love and lovelessness we create one another."
-- The Award Advisory Commitee
"Brock's Asian and American experiences seem to have given her some remarkable insights. . . . the epilogue 'Journeying by Heart' is a veritable Fodor's of feminism and femininity."
-- Publishers Weekly
"Brock, as a Christian theologian, is both insightful and inciting. . . . What I find most powerful in this book's approach to the gospel is its emphasis on the need to break out of death-dealing, hierarchical patterns of life in our families and communities."
-- Daughters of Sarah
"Brock's vision is compelling, original, and tantalizing. Her thesis is bold, and right as rain. Furthermore, it is indeed 'emotionally provocative'. . . . Brock has given us an important and exciting work in this volume. We can hope to hear more from this intriguing and tantalizing young theologian."
-- St. Luke's Journal of Theology
"A fresh perspective on the standard problems in feminist theology. . . . This book will have broad appeal. Brock presents her ideas in an accessible way, and her theology of child abuse should interest anyone--lay person, cleric, or academic--who wants to know more about relationship of religion to feminism."
-- Theology Today