God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay 'On the Trinity' (Hardback)Sarah Coakley (author)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 388
Weight: 750 g
Dimensions: 234 x 157 x 22 mm
'Wonderfully refreshing ... an astonishingly rich and deep theological and spiritual exploration.' Church Times
'Rich, suggestive and controversial.' The Times Literary Supplement
'Sarah Coakley does some very interesting things in [God, Sexuality, and the Self] ... She 'risks' writing for a general Christian audience, and her readable, even entertaining book shows that it was worth the risk.' Peter J. Leithart, First Things
'... reading God, Sexuality, and the Self is like watching the world premiere of a brilliant new opera - one whose story draws on fascinating bits of regional history so viewers come away understanding their own home better, even though the art itself is new.' Christian Century
'... brilliant.' The Tablet
'This book, God, Sexuality, and the Self, has been a joy to read ... Capturing the energy of God, sexuality, and the self in such a clever, comprehensive and challenging way, is truly impressive. The language is challenging, the academic standard [is] very high.' Faith and Freedom
'Admirably, Coakley aims to approach a wider audience whilst remaining academically rigorous.' Aaron P. Edwards, Theological Book Review
'The utterly compelling heart of the book, in which Coakley interprets a selected history of Trinitarian iconography, stands as a masterclass in the use of visual resources for systematic theologians.' Linn Marie Tonstad, Theology and Sexuality
'Coakley's work is engaging and fascinating as a means of critiquing a number of strains of contemporary theology.' Jack Kilcrease, Anglican and Episcopal History
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