The embodied theology, bodily metaphors and Christward gaze gently permeates all with a redemptive grace. This is a rare and worthwhile addition to the printed press.
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Description The Tactile Heart is a collection of theological essays on relating blindness and faith and developing a theology of blindness that makes a constructive contribution to the wider field of disability theology. John Hull looks at key texts in the Christian tradition, such as the Bible, written as a text for sighted people, and at hymns, which often use blindness as a metaphor for ignorance and explores how these can be read by blind people.
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Add new comment Read and share your thoughts on this story. Blindness is associated with sin, unbelief, and darkness. Director Brett Haley arrives at Sundance for a second year with a new dramatic feature. The author journeys through key texts in the Christian tradition, literality, metaphor and much wisdom. I recommend it for students and teachers alike for their mutual pondering. The astonishing thing about these words is that they presuppose a deep wound in the side of Jesus.
Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Review quote In this wonderful compilation of John Hull's work he offers us wisdom and challenge as he draws to our attention the beauty and the breadth of possibilities for being human and living humanly in the midst of difference.
If you are genuinely interested in understanding humanness, this book will certainly aid you on your journey. In a remarkable letter to Jesus he says: Well, Lord, I forgive you".