God, Sexuality and the Self Paperback
An Essay 'On the Trinity'
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God, Sexuality and the Self
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God, Sexuality and the Self is a new venture in systematic theology. Sarah Coakley invites the reader to re-conceive the relation of sexual desire and the desire for God and - through the lens of prayer practice - to chart the intrinsic connection of this relation to a theology of the Trinity.
The goal is to integrate the demanding ascetical undertaking of prayer with the recovery of lost and neglected materials from the tradition and thus to reanimate doctrinal reflection both imaginatively and spiritually. What emerges is a vision of human longing for the triune God which is both edgy and compelling: Coakley's theologie totale questions standard shibboleths on 'sexuality' and 'gender' and thereby suggests a way beyond current destructive impasses in the churches.
The book is clearly and accessibly written and will be of great interest to all scholars and students of theology.
- An exciting new venture in systematic theology from a leading Cambridge scholar
- Opens up current, divisive debates on sex and gender and gives a new perspective
- Presents a theological vision of human transformation-in-God, not limited by secular ideological accounts of gender and feminism
God, Sexuality and the Self by Sarah Coakley was published by Cambridge University Press in August 2013 and is our 32576th best seller. The ISBN for God, Sexuality and the Self is 9780521558266.
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Prelude: God, sexuality and the self
The arguments of this book
1. Recasting 'systematic theology': gender, desire and th
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|Page last updated||25th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||Sarah Coakley|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press (August 2013)|
|Number of Pages||384|