Avoiding the Sin of Certitude: Accepting Book Orders Now!
In January 2021, Sister Carla Mae Streeter and Rabbi Susan Talve published their book, Avoiding the Sin of Certitude. The book contains dialogues between the two women about interfaith issues, social justice, and feminist theology in the Jewish and Christian traditions. Copies are available for purchase through Interfaith Partnership, with a portion of the proceeds going to support our work. To buy a copy of their book online for $15 (plus $2 of shipping, if requested), please click the button immediately below.
If you would prefer to pay by check rather than online, you can mail a check to our office at 9450 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63124. Please include a note explaining that you would like to purchase a copy, along with the following information: (1) Your name (2) Your email address (3) Your mailing address, and (4) whether you would like to pick up your book or have it delivered. If you will be having it delivered, please make the check out for $17 to help defray the costs of shipping.
Please note: orders made outside of the United States may require us to request greater reimbursement for the cost of international shipping.
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