Disability and Religious Diversity : Cross-cultural and Interreligious Perspectives
This edited collection of essays critically examines how diverse religions of the world represent, understand, theologize, theorize and respond to disability and/or chronic illness. Contributors employ a wide variety of methodological approaches including ethnography, historical, cultural, or textual analysis, personal narrative, and theological/philosophical investigation.
Darla Y. Schumm, religion, disability, chronic illness
Schumm, Darla Y., "Disability and Religious Diversity : Cross-cultural and Interreligious Perspectives" (2011). Books by Hollins Faculty and Staff. 70.