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Glory: The First Passion of Theology?
Doxa, the Septuagint's translation of the Hebrew kabôd and the New Testament term for glory, brings into semantic proximity a plurality of concepts related to knowledge and the experiences of awe and wonder. The complex ...
Ghostly Encounters: Spirits, Memory, and the Holy Ghost.
(Fordham University Press, 2010)
Thinking Bodies: The Spirit of a Latina Incarnational Imagination
(Fordham University Press, 2011)
God at the Crossroads: A Postcolonial Reading of Sophia
(Chalice Press, 2004)
God op het kruispunt
(Valkhof Pers, 2007)
Elemental Bonds: Scene for an Earthy Postcolonial Theology
(Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009)
Memory of the Flesh: Theological Reflections on Word and Flesh
(Duke University Press, 2009)
(Indiana University Press, 2010)
Ethical Desires: Toward a Theology of Relational Transcendence
(Fordham University Press, 2007)
Theologians call the supreme otherness of God “divine transcendence”. Eroticism suggests a link between human otherness and divine transcendence. In its most common versions, however, divine transcendence seems not to ...