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Controversies in Body Theology

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ISBN-13: 9780334041573
Published: 29/02/2008
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This is a collection which brings together authors from around the world. The book dares to examine some of the most extreme approaches to the body that our society engages with. What makes this book unique is that it does not dismiss what may be the more difficult and challenging areas of the body and society, rather it embraces them as an embodied resource for the ever-expanding task of considering the nature of incarnation through the lens of body theology. Topics range from cosmetic surgery and the bible to the sacramental nature of self harm in young girls. Along the way the book looks at the Puritan heritage of 'Extreme Makeover' programmes and the pernicious theology inherent in 'Slim for Him' programmes.
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Marcella Althaus Reid

Marcella Maria Althaus-Reid was was the first woman to be appointed to a chair in the School of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh when she was made professor of contextual theology in 2006. She died aged 56 on February 20th 2009.

Marcella Althaus-Reid, Lisa Isherwood

Marcella Althaus-Reid is Professor of Contextual Theology at the University of Edinburgh.Lisa Isherwood is Professorof Feminist Liberation Theologies at the University of Winchester.

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