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Cross and Cosmos: A Theology of Difficult Glory (Indiana Series in the Philosophy of Religion) Kindle Edition
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This work will be eagerly awaited and immediately read byJohn D. Caputo's many followers. They will be looking for him to fill out the "big picture" which makes manifest for the first time all the parts and pieces he has contributed to the theological project he launched early in the previous decade." (Carl Raschke, author of Postmodernism and the Revolution in Religious Theory)
John D. Caputo brings Luther and cosmology into dialogue with radical theological movements that have their point of departure in deconstruction and that are therefore often not directly concerned with either cross or cosmos. Caputo is always distinctive." (George Pattison, author of Eternal God/Saving Time) --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- ASIN : B07VG9D8NK
- Publisher : Indiana University Press (July 23, 2019)
- Publication date : July 23, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1585 KB
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- Print length : 309 pages
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The most original argument presented in this book interacts with the work of Keller on cosmic entanglement and confronting the reality that we are living not only in a world but in a cosmos that ultimately will perish. Caputo here has exchanged metaphysics for the theories of physics where entropy and a big crunch belie all other eschatological schemes. The meaning of resurrection becomes "theopoetics" that urges us forward toward ethical responsibility and love in spite of final extinguishment, not only of all things human but of all things period.
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