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Trauma recalled : liturgy, disruption, and theology

Author: Dirk G Lange
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Fortress Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Christian commitment and Christian theology both are tempted by complacence. Yet, Dirk Lange asserts, both are brought up short by keen awareness of the traumatic events that liturgy recalls and that theology seeks to explicate. Recalling Martin Luther's great demurrals about a theology of glory, Lange reminds us that Christianity begins with exposure to the primal trauma -the cross - at the core of the Christian  Read more...
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Named Person: Martin Luther; Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.; Martin Luther
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dirk G Lange
ISBN: 9780800664626 0800664620
OCLC Number: 297149674
Description: xii, 208 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Writing an event and the event of writing --
A haunting event --
An irreversible narrative is reversed --
Reading and singing words --
A liturgical cry --
Writing life --
Letter and spirit --
A new narrative --
Scattering of words, subject, context --
Writing the other --
An impossible repetition --
The displacement of repetition or the iteration of absence --
Suspending the "what" question --
A strange addition --
Writing trauma --
The Christ event and resistance to meaning --
Trauma theory : survival and return --
Freud and the turn to ritual --
Writing the return as liturgical event --
Writing disruption --
Eucharist and law --
The singularity of event --
Disruption of remembering --
A liturgical intervention : the Didache --
Rewriting promise --
Broadening law and gospel --
The little word "alone" --
A dead voice calling --
An unexpected return and an impossible responsibility --
Writing a new mode of existence.
Responsibility: Dirk G. Lange.

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"Christian commitment and Christian theology both are tempted by complacence. Yet, Dirk Lange asserts, both are brought up short by keen awareness of the traumatic events that liturgy recalls and that theology seeks to explicate. Recalling Martin Luther's great demurrals about a theology of glory, Lange reminds us that Christianity begins with exposure to the primal trauma -the cross - at the core of the Christian story. Rethinking liturgical theology in this way brings worship back to its roots, opens us up to the disruption of our world by the needs of others, and even refines a theology of promise or grace in which our lives are opened to disruption by God."--Publisher's description.

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