Dementia Paperback

Living in the Memories of God

by John Swinton;


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Dementia

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In Becoming Friends of Time, John Swinton crafts a theology of time that draws us toward a perspective wherein time is a gift and a calling. Time is not a commodity nor is time to be mastered. Time is a gift of God to humans, but is also a gift given back to God by humans. Swinton wrestles with critical questions that emerge from theological reflection on time and disability: rethinking doctrine for those who can never grasp Jesus with their intellects; reimagining discipleship and vocation for those who have forgotten who Jesus is; reconsidering salvation for those who, due to neurological damage, can be one person at one time and then be someone else in an instant. In the end, Swinton invites the reader to spend time with the experiences of people with profound neurological disability, people who can change our perceptions of time, enable us to grasp the fruitful rhythms of God's time, and help us learn to live in ways that are unimaginable within the boundaries of the time of the clock.

Dementia by John Swinton was published by SCM Press in January 2017 and is our 5828th best seller. The ISBN for Dementia is 9780334055532.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSCM Press (January 2017)
EditionNew edition
Weight394g
Number of Pages256
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
ISBN9780334055532
ISBN-100334055539
Product Code4492930
Page last updated 30th June 2017
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