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Sallie McFague (1933–2019)

Autor/a de Models of God

13+ obres 1,385 Membres 7 Ressenyes 1 preferits

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Before her death in 2019, Sallie McFague was Distinguished Theologian in Residence at the Vancouver School of Theology in Vancouver, British Columbia. Prior to that she was Carpenter Professor of Theology at Vanderbilt Divinity School, where she taught for thirty years. Among her many influential mostra'n més works, all from Fortress Press, are Blessed Are the Consumers (2013), Life Abundant (2000), and The Body of God (1993). mostra'n menys
Crèdit de la imatge: Vancouver School of Theology

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Weaving the Visions: New Patterns in Feminist Spirituality (1989) — Col·laborador — 353 exemplars
Essentials of Christian Theology (2003) — Col·laborador — 253 exemplars

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This is a primer in theology to help Christians to see themselves in the larger Christian tradition and the felt needs of the earth,
 
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PendleHillLibrary | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Nov 28, 2023 |
Is there any sense of transcendence, of spirit, of Christ, of Trinity that will help rather than harm the earth today? McFague takes up these great and heavy questions with firmness and authority, with modesty and ambiguity, with wisdom and patience. No one else has yet unfolded with comparable constructive clarity the relation between the earth crisis and our notion of God.
 
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PendleHillLibrary | Jul 14, 2023 |
Contributes to new thinking on the nature of religious language and also to the dialog between Christianity and feminist theology.
 
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PendleHillLibrary | May 25, 2023 |
Sally McFague seeks to find Christianity justification for commitment to ecology and environmentalism in A New Climate for Theology. For too long, the orthodox view of God as a transcendent deity 'out there,' set in contrast to our mundane lives, has been damaging to how we relate to the world. But by underscoring God's continuing role in creation, and by interpreting our responsibilities in Genesis as stewardship rather than domination, the book reshapes Christian theology into something more eco-friendly. The book spends a good amount of space on systematic theology - detailing models of God and the respective ecological consequences and so forth. But it also becomes a call to action. McFague takes up the slogan "A different world is possible," and argues that this revelation of a 'different world' is not God's to effect, but our own.… (més)
 
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the_awesome_opossum | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Sep 29, 2010 |

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