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Contemplating the Trinity. A Review of Sarah Coakley's "God, Sexuality, and the Self."

Sarah Coakley, God, Sexuality, and the Self, Cambridge University Press, 2013, xxi + 365 pp., $29.99 (paperback). Link to purchase here.

“In God, ‘desire’ of course signifies no lack – as it manifestly does in humans.

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A Third-Wave of Trinitarian Theology? Sarah Coakley's Recent Typology

In her recent article, “Afterword: Relational Ontology, Trinity, and Science,” in the volume The Trinity and an Entangled World ed. by John Polkinghorn, Sarah Coakley enumerates what she calls three general “waves” of Trinitarian theology in the twentieth century.   1,907 more words


I'm back

Well, it’s been a while – and in truth a long road – but I’m back to blog at reddresstheology!

My PhD thesis has been submitted (cue: crowd roar) and I have spare headspace for the first time in 18 months or so. 497 more words


The Green Report

For the past week or so, we Anglicans on social media have been roistering about the report of a working party chaired by The Rev’d Prebendary the Lord Green… 1,237 more words


A brief quotation on contemplation from Sarah Coakley

In God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay ‘On the Trinity’, the first volume of her systematic theology, Sarah Coakley argues that the practice of contemplation is essential to systematic theology. 202 more words