Love, Imperfectly Known: Beyond Spontaneous Representations of God
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Love, Imperfectly Known: Beyond Spontaneous Representations of God

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Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 19th 2011 by Bloomsbury Academic
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Thomasruston
This is a breathtaking book, and like most breathtaking books it is also very subtle, and warrants much critical reflection, something which I am only just grasping. Love, Imperfectly Known: Beyond Spontaneous Representations of God I would expect to be regarded in future – if there is any sense in Christian readers – as a theological classic. Brother Emmanuel begins with a deep consideration of the implications of what can broadly be described as a neo-Freudian analysis of the human psyche. Wh...more
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