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    René Girard, Theology, and Pop Culture.Ryan G. Duns & T. Derrick Witherington (eds.) - 2021 - Lanham: Fortress Academic.
    René Girard, Theology, and Pop Culture provides a fresh and engaging introduction to and the application of René Girard’s mimetic theory. From movies to social media, television to graphic novels, the contributors explore popular culture’s theological depths and challenge readers to consider what culture reveals about them.
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  2. René Girard, theology, and pop culture / [edited by] Ryan G. Duns and T. Derrick Witherington.Ryan G. Duns & T. Derrick Witherington (eds.) - 2021 - Lanham: Lexington Books/Fortress Academic.
    René Girard, Theology, and Pop Culture provides a fresh and engaging introduction to and the application of René Girard's mimetic theory. From movies to social media, television to graphic novels, the contributors explore popular culture's theological depths and challenge readers to consider what culture reveals about them.
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  3. From #MeToo to #WeToo : mimetic ecclesiology and the possibility of structural reform.T. Derrick Witherington - 2021 - In Ryan G. Duns & T. Derrick Witherington (eds.), René Girard, theology, and pop culture / [edited by] Ryan G. Duns and T. Derrick Witherington. Lexington Books/Fortress Academic.
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  4. Learning to let go: An examination of the pedagogical role of suffering in the ‘working-through’ of metaphysics’.T. Derrick Witherington - 2022 - Heythrop Journal 63 (5):1007-1021.
    While Louis-Marie Chauvet’s (1942-) theology has been widely commented upon, relatively few commentators have critically engaged Chauvet as a fundamental theologian, particularly evaluating the ‘working-through’ of ontotheology he proposes. In approaching this, I will ask whether and how suffering has a role in this process, for, if ontotheological ways of thought are something nearly innate to human beings, then it seems likely that ‘working through’ them would be a painful process involving some existential suffering. In order to accomplish this, I (...)
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