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Author: Heather Walton
ISBN: 056703173X
Language: English
Pages: 168 pages
Category: Religious Studies
Publisher: T&T Clark; 1 edition (December 1, 2007)
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Walton, Imagining Theology: Women, Writing and God (London: T & T Clark, 2007b)Google Scholar. H. Walton, Our Sacred Texts: Literature, Theology and Feminism, in Reading Spiritualities: Constructing and Representing the Sacred, ed. D. Llewellyn and D. F. Sawyer (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008). 2. The essays collected in A. Diamond and L. R. Edwards’s The Authority of Experience: Essays in Feminist Criticism (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1988 )Google Scholar

The Gospel According To Women: Female Christ Figures In Serbian And American Women's Writing. Vladislava Petkovic - 2005 - Facta Universitatis 3 (2):169-174.

Cambridge University Press, New York, 2007. The Gospel According To Women: Female Christ Figures In Serbian And American Women's Writing. T & T Clark, New York, 2006. ISBN 978-0-567-04461-0.

Does theology belong within the academy or the church? . Writing at the heels of the European debates in the 19th-20th century concerning theology's place in the academy, and rooted in historic Christian teachings, Bavinck's argument remains fresh and provocative.

Does theology belong within the academy or the church? How do Christian teachings – on God, revelation, and humanity – contribute to the activity of knowing? . He argued that because the universe was created by the God as described in Christian thought as the Trinity (One God in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and thus a God who is absolute unity-in-diversity) knowledge of the universe can be characterized as a singular organism.

In this book Heather Walton explores the significance of women poststructuralist theorists for feminist reading practices in theology. This raises important epistemological questions concerning the use of the imagination in theological thinking and introduces 'reflexive theology' as a discipline and practice.

Imagining Theology: Women, Writing, and Go. Practical theology as a subject area has grown and become more sophisticated in its methods and self-understanding over the last few decades.

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Theology in the Reformation era can be complicated and contentious. This volume aims to cut through the theological jargon and explain what people believed and wh. he book begins with an essay that explains to students how one can approach the study of 16th century theology. It includes a guide to major events, persons, doctrines, and movements. Bloomsbury Publishing, 25 сент.

Practical Theology for Women is the place to discuss Wendy Alsup's books and blogs. But now, it is so very easily broken, maimed, and extinguished. Practical Theology for Women. I wrote a guest post at the PCA Discipleship blog, enCourage, on Theology for the Rest of Us. "My lack of margin for reading and deeper study of the Scriptures has done nothing to eliminate my need of them.

Theological aesthetics is the interdisciplinary study of theology and aesthetics, and has been defined as being "concerned with questions about God and issues in theology in the light of and perceived through sense knowledge (sensation, feeling,.

Theological aesthetics is the interdisciplinary study of theology and aesthetics, and has been defined as being "concerned with questions about God and issues in theology in the light of and perceived through sense knowledge (sensation, feeling, imagination), through beauty, and the arts". This field of study is broad and includes not only a theology of beauty, but also the dialogue between theology and the arts, such as dance, drama, film, literature, music, poetry, and the visual arts.

In this book Heather Walton explores the significance of women poststructuralist theorists for feminist reading practices in theology. She interrogates the crucial role that literature has played in the development of feminist theology and breaks new ground in linking the study of literary texts and theory to creative writing. This raises important epistemological questions concerning the use of the imagination in theological thinking and introduces 'reflexive theology' as a discipline and practice.