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I Am My Body: A Theology of Embodiment
Our predominant experience is that we have a body, with which we work, eat, dance, make love, have pleasure. But sometimes when we are sick, tired, or in pain, our perception changes; then we experience that we are our bodies. That is the experience which Elisabeth Moltmann-Wendel explores in this unique book.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published February 1st 1995 by Bloomsbury Academic
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