The Disabled God


The Disabled God

Toward a Liberatory Theology of Disability

The Disabled God: Toward a Liberatory Theology of Disability. By Nancy L. Eisland. Abingdon Press (1994).

Review by Paul D. Leichty.

Eiesland discusses the social stigma experienced by people with disabilities. Discrimination can be found in our language and even in our supposed forms of charity. Using contemporary social theory, and some profound autobiographies, Eiesland articulates a new language of advocacy revolving around the call to accessibility in all structures of life.

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