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The Self-Embodiment of God

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Traces the interior, evolutionary movement of biblical moments and movements of Genesis, Exodus, Judgement, Incarnation and Apocalypse by meditating on speech and silence in the biblical text of the Old Testament, or Torah. This profoundly moving meditation by a Christian dialectical theologian finds a home in the classical academic literature of Judaism, by virtue of the ...more
Paperback, 114 pages
Published August 14th 1987 by Upa (first published January 1st 1977)
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Thomas Jonathan Jackson Altizer (b. May 28, 1927) is a radical theologian who is known for incorporating Friedrich Nietzsche's conception of the "death of God" and G. W. F. Hegel's dialectical philosophy into his systematic theology.
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