Table of contents for Sisters of mercy, daughters of grace : Presbyterians and prostituted women / report of the Advocacy Committee for Women's Concerns, General Assembly Council, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) ; together with a Bible study by Barbara Barkley.

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Table of Contents
Editor's Introduction
Part 1: The Report of the Advocacy Committee
Introduction										00
The Experience: "these days" by jm							00
The Experience Expanded								00
What Are Presbyterians Doing about Prostitution?					00
What are Presbyterians Doing about Sexual Exploitation 				00
and Sexual Addiction?
What are Presbyterians Doing about the Root Causes of Sexual 		00
Exploitation, Sexual Addiction, and Prostitution?
The Mary Magdalene Project Vulnerabilities List					00
How Can Presbyterians Respond Faithfully?					00
Summary											00
Notes 											00
Part 2: Bible Study
The Story of Gomer 									00
The Story of Tamar 									00
The Adulteress 										00
The Body as Sacred 									00
Notes 											00
Bibliography 										00
A: Defining Our Terms									00
B: The Prostitution Test									00
C: Suggested Reading									00
D: Ministries and Agencies Reclaiming Broken Lives				00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Church work with prostitutes Presbyterian Church (U, S, A, )Church work with abused women Presbyterian Church (U, S, A, )Prostitutes Biblical teaching Meditations, Abused women Biblical teaching Meditations