Incarnation in a Post/Human Age
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Part One: Philosophical Perspectives
The Spiritual Cyborg: Religion and Posthumanism from Secular to Postsecular
Blackness: Spectres and Monsters are the Future of Theological Subjectivity
The Posthuman Paradigm Shift and the Possibility of Catholic Religious Leisure
STEFAN LORENZ SORGNER
Part Two: Popular Culture and Posthumanism
How Church Online During the COVID-19 Pandemic Created Space for a Posthuman Worldview
HEIDI A. CAMPBELL
Posthumanism in Popular Culture: Ongoing Challenges
ANDREA VICINI, S.J.
Techno-Futures in Religious and Popular Art in the United States
Part Three: The Problems
Natality, Mortality, and Post/Humanity
JENNIFER JEANINE THWEATT
Eucharistic Cyborgs and the Real (Carnal) Presence of Christ
JAY EMERSON JOHNSON
Notes for an Eulogy on the Finiteness of the Human Condition
Transhumanity, Posthumanity, Anthropocene: Shifting Horizons of Ignorance and Knowledge, Reality and Possibility, Hope and Faith
Artificial Intelligence: Angel Machines for Posthuman Times?
Part Four: Theological Forum
Various Kinds of Priests
PAUL M. ZULEHNER
“Dear Amazon:” An Open Window to Integral Ecology and Ecclesial Renewal
Alterity and Violence in the Americas: The Non-Recognition of Diversity as a Denial of the Communing God
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