Kathleen Flinton, LICSW, is a Clinical Social Worker at the Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights . She holds a BA in religion from Vassar College, an MA in religion and feminist studies from Yale Divinity School, and an MSW from Simmons School of Social Work. She is also an adjunct Instructor at Boston University School of Social Work. Kathleen lives in Boston and is a mother of three.
This post is part of our month-long series featuring different ways that parents of various religions have talked to their kids about God.
I live with a little theologian. My eldest daughter has…had a lot to say about God for as long as I can remember. The expected questions have come along about creation and death, and they become more complex and challenging as she gets older. What has not changed is that she has consistently referred to God using female pronouns. Until recently, she never asked… >> Read More