Noisy Believing: Ethical and Spiritual Responses to Sexualized Violence - The Wesley Lecture
Transformative responses to sexualized violence reflect an early Methodist ethic that connects faith to public action. This spirituality encouraged followers to “do all the good you can… for as long as ever you can.” Holding communities accountable to such a public ethic and teaching the silenced to speak are basic building blocks to changing the nature of sexualized violence on college campuses.
Rev. Kristen Leslie, Eden Theological Seminary
sexual violence, sexualized violence, ethics, spirituality, Methodist ethics, accountability, communities
Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence | Ethics in Religion | Gender and Sexuality | Social Control, Law, Crime, and Deviance
Leslie, Kristen. "Noisy Believing: Ethical and Spiritual Responses to Sexualized Violence." Ensemble video, 01:10:37. November 2, 2016. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/w9HYy34F