Shooter, Susan. 2012. How Survivors of Abuse Relate to God: The Authentic
Spirituality of the Annihilated Soul. Ashgate. In paperback © Routledge, 2016.
Peer Reviewed Journals
Shooter, Susan. 2014. How feminine participation in the divine might renew the
Church and its leadership. Feminist Theology 22.2. 173-185.
Shooter, Susan. 2013. What on earth is she thinking of, still attending Church?
Action research in a South-East London Parish. Practical Theology 6.3. 257-270.
Shooter, Susan. 2017. ‘Choosing the Right Key: Glaserian Grounded Theory,
NVIVO® & Analysing Interviews with Survivors’, in Slee, Philips & Porter (eds.)
Researching Female Faith. Routledge. Chapter 8.
Shooter, Susan. 2013. ‘How Survivors of Abuse Relate to God: A Qualitative Study’,
in Slee, Philips & Porter (eds.) in The Faith Lives of Women and Girls:
Qualitative Research Perspectives. Ashgate. In paperback © Routledge, 2016.
Shooter, Susan. 2017. The Loudest Voice You’ve Never Heard? Seditious Theology
Shooter, Susan. 2018. Healing the Ravaged Soul, by Sue Magrath. Practical
Theology. 11.1. 96-98.
Shooter, Susan. 2022. 'Is there a vacuum of theological diagnosis in church
responses to sexual abuse?' in CITYtheology Winter 2022/32.
Shooter, Susan. 2010. The Authentic Spirituality of the Annihilated Soul: How Survivors of Abuse Relate to God. Kings College London. Department of Professional and Educational Studies. London: University of London.