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Divine Flesh, Embodied Word: Incarnation as a Hermeneutical Key to a Feminist Theologian's Reading of Luce Irigaray's Work

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Divine Flesh, Embodied Word: Incarnation as a Hermeneutical Key to a Feminist Theologian's Reading of Luce Irigaray's Work

Divine Flesh, Embodied Word: Incarnation as a Hermeneutical Key to a Feminist Theologian's Reading of Luce Irigaray's Work by Anne-Claire Mulder
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press | Number Of Pages: 412 | Publication Date: 2006-05-02 | ISBN-10: 9085551013 | PDF | 1 Mb

Incarnation: the embodiment of God and the divine. It is a notion, an idea which speaks to the imagination; at least it has spoken to my imagination. It holds a presumption and a promise, as well as a program and horizon: the presumption and promise that God and the divine (can) become manifest, revealed, embodied among human beings ánd a program and horizon for human becoming: making manifest, embodying the divine in word and deed.