Offers a deeply personal interpretation of conscience, drawing on Scripture, ethics, psychology, and stories of women’s lives to demonstrate the importance of the virtue of creative responsibility.
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Table of Contents
I Discipleship and the Call to Creativity 13
II Creativity and the Creative Process 33
III Conscience as a Contested Term 51
IV Conscience as the Creatively Responsible Self 55