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Putting Flesh on Truthful Prayers of Confession: A Response to the Political Theology and Divine Violence Forum – By Ted A. Smith

Putting Flesh on Truthful Prayers of Confession: A Response to the Political Theology and Divine Violence Forum – By Ted A. Smith

Ted A. Smith March 2, 2015 0

Ted A. Smith responds to the Forum The Marginalia Review of Books partnered with Political Theology Today in a joint forum on Ted Smith’s Weird John Brown: Divine Violence and the Limits of Ethics.

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Fear, Trembling, and Weird John Brown – By Andrew R. Murphy

Fear, Trembling, and Weird John Brown – By Andrew R. Murphy

Andrew R. Murphy February 27, 2015 1

Andrew R. Murphy in the Forum on Political Theology and Divine Violence The Marginalia Review of Books is partnering with Political Theology Today in a joint forum on Ted Smith’s Weird John Brown: Divine

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A Politics of Penitence and Repair: Addressing America’s Racial Wounds – By Keri Day

A Politics of Penitence and Repair: Addressing America’s Racial Wounds – By Keri Day

Keri Day February 25, 2015 0

Keri Day in the Forum on Political Theology and Divine Violence The Marginalia Review of Books is partnering with Political Theology Today in a joint forum on Ted Smith’s Weird John Brown: Divine Violence

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John Brown: Madman? Terrorist? Righteous warrior? – By Peter Ochs

John Brown: Madman? Terrorist? Righteous warrior? – By Peter Ochs

Peter Ochs February 23, 2015 0

Peter Ochs in the Forum on Political Theology and Divine Violence The Marginalia Review of Books is partnering with Political Theology Today in a joint forum on Ted Smith’s Weird John Brown: Divine Violence

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The Blurred Line between Law and Violence – By William Cavanaugh

The Blurred Line between Law and Violence – By William Cavanaugh

William T. Cavanaugh February 20, 2015 0

William Cavanaugh in the Forum on Political Theology and Divine Violence The Marginalia Review of Books is partnering with Political Theology Today in a joint forum on Ted Smith’s Weird John Brown: Divine Violence

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The Uses of Elusiveness – By E. Brooks Holifield

The Uses of Elusiveness – By E. Brooks Holifield

E. Brooks Holifield February 18, 2015 1

E. Brooks Holifield in the Forum on Political Theology and Divine Violence The Marginalia Review of Books is partnering with Political Theology Today in a joint forum on Ted Smith’s Weird John Brown: Divine Violence

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When the Made Remakes the Maker: Theology and Technoculture – By Brian Brock

When the Made Remakes the Maker: Theology and Technoculture – By Brian Brock

Brian Brock February 17, 2015 0

Brian Brock on Brent Waters’s Christian Moral Theology in the Emerging Technoculture Brent Waters’s Christian Moral Theology in the Emerging Technoculture: From Posthuman to Technoculture extends inquiries pursued over the last fifteen years into the question

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A Divine Spirit Transforming Humanity Divinely – By Gregory K. Hillis

A Divine Spirit Transforming Humanity Divinely – By Gregory K. Hillis

Gregory K. Hillis February 17, 2015 0

Gregory K. Hillis on Thomas L. Humphries, Jr.’s Ascetic Pneumatology from John Cassian to Gregory the Great Prior to the late fourth century, so the story goes, the doctrine of the Holy Spirit (pneumatology)

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Letter to the Editors: The Rowan Williams Review – By Kevin Hector

Letter to the Editors: The Rowan Williams Review – By Kevin Hector

Kevin Hector June 10, 2014 1

Kevin Hector responds to Rowan Williams’s review I am humbled that Rowan Williams has even heard of my book, much less read it, and genuinely grateful for the many kind things he has to say

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An Interview with Walter Brueggemann

An Interview with Walter Brueggemann

Charles Halton January 13, 2014 0

Walter Brueggemann discusses prophetic imagination and the future of Old Testament theology with Charles Halton Walter Brueggemann is Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary and has authored over one hundred books

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