By Craig Keen
"After Crucifixion is an earthy, disruptive, and wide-ranging theological mirrored image on our bodies which have been united with the crucified and resurrected flesh of Christ. . . . Keen's notion is characterised by way of a impressive self-discipline and freedom derived from prayerful openness to God's reign that arrives as a present which can by no means be our estate, yet can in basic terms receive away."
--Bryan Stone, affiliate Dean for tutorial Affairs, Boston collage college of Theology
"Craig willing has produced a poignant, prayerful, own, passionate, poetic, and profound advent to theology. . . . Ever erudite and eloquent, artistic, wide-ranging, and impressive, After Crucifixion attracts us into theology's events, catches us up in its sweep, luring us into the heady, heartfelt enterprise into secret throughout and inside us that we name theology, that theology calls up."
--John D. Caputo, Professor of faith Emeritus, Syracuse University
Craig prepared is Professor of Systematic Theology at Azusa Pacific collage in Azusa, California. he's the writer of The Transgression of the Integrity of God: Essays and Addresses (2012).
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After Crucifixion: The Promise of Theology by Craig Keen