6 edition of Reclaiming the sacred found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Raymond-Jean Frontain, editor.|
|LC Classifications||PR120.G39 R43 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 265 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
|ISBN 10||1560233540, 1560233559|
|LC Control Number||2002068889|
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Reclaiming the Sacred examines the ways in which the new secular political culture of lay people. Focusing on the Yonne, a pro-revolutionary department in Burgundy, Suzann Desan analyzes how the region’s laity responded to the revolutionaries’ attempts to dechristianize France and to Reclaiming the sacred book Christianity with new revolutionary cults.
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Reclaiming the Sacred counteracts the manipulative and oppressive uses to which modern writers and thinkers put the Bible and the morality it is presumed to inscribe. An important tool for understanding the role of the Bible in gay and lesbian culture, this remarkable book makes a powerful contribution to the advancement of studies on queer Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Reclaiming the Sacred counteracts the manipulative and oppressive uses to which modern writers and thinkers put the Bible and the “morality” it is presumed to inscribe. An important tool for understanding the role of the Bible in gay and lesbian culture, this remarkable book makes a powerful contribution to the advancement of studies on.
Reclaiming the Sacred counteracts the manipulative and oppressive uses to which modern writers and thinkers put the Bible and the "morality" it is presumed to inscribe. An important tool for understanding the role of the Bible in gay and lesbian culture, this remarkable book makes a powerful contribution to the advancement of studies on queer.
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Myoung Ho Lee, courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New YorkAuthor: Marilynne Robinson. Reviewers of the first edition of Reclaiming the Sacred hailed the book's enterprise in exploring the area between literary criticism and religious studies. Whereas contemporary literary-critical theory has been slow to integrate religion and religious history into queer theory, this pioneering journal has addressed the issue from the start.
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