The Child's Song: The Religious Abuse of Children

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1995年1月1日 - 188 頁

Theological ideas and biblical injunctions have frequently been employed to legitimate the physical abuse of children. Some theological ideas are inherently abusive because they create fear in a child's mind, causing a child to feel alone, odd, and of little worth. Donald Capps exposes the abuses that theology and the Bible have inflicted on vast numbers of children. In particular, he is concerned with the "hidden" abuses of children by well-intentioned adults and the role that religion plays in the legitimation of these abuses.

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Alice Miller on the Mutilated Soul
3
The Vicious Cycle of Child Abuse
21
Religious Sources of Childhood Trauma
37
The Sacrificial Impulse
78
The Child Jesus as Endangered Self
96
A Garden of Childhood Verses
129
The Soul Made Happy
156
Notes
173
Index
183
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Donald Capps is Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. He has written many books, including The Decades of Life and Jesus the Village Psychiatrist.

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