Divine Enticement: Theological Seductions

Fordham University Press (2012)

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Karmen MacKendrick
Le Moyne College
Abstract
Introduction: from the presence to the sign -- Seductive epistemology: thinking with assent -- Reading rites: sacraments and the community of signs -- Because being here is so much: ethics as the artifice of attention -- Prayer: addressing the name -- Take and read: Scripture and the enticement of meaning -- In place of a conclusion: thoughts on a prior possible.
Keywords Philosophical theology  Theology, Doctrinal
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Call number BT40.M23 2012
ISBN(s) 9780823242894
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