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|Description:||1 vol. (xiii-180 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||"These are my bodies" - an introduction, John Schad. Part 1 The church militant: communing with the church - revelation and revolution in Engels, Willy Maley; the writings in the church -T.S. Eliot, Ecclesiastes and the "Four Quartets", Terence R. Wright; joycing Derrida, churching Derrida - "glas", "eglise" and "Ulysses", John Schad. Part 2 The church (in)visible: the matter of faith - incarnation and incorporation in Tennyson's "In Memoriam", Julian Wolfreys; "a city without a church" - "The Origin of Species", the tree of life and the apocalypse, Kevin Mills; candlesticks in the miasmal mist - the church and T.S. Eliot, Martin Warner; Christ's breaking of the "great chain of being", Slavoj Zizek. Part 3 The church subjective: Christendom and the police - Kierkegaard inside the panopticon, Jeremy Tambling; Christ's queer wound, or divine humiliation among the unchurched, Kathryn Bond Stockton; "histoires de l'eglise" - the body of Christ in the thought of Julia Kristeva, Luke Ferretter; the private parts of Jesus Christ, Nicholas Royle; church after church - in conclusion, John Schad.|
|Responsibility:||edited by John Schad.|
- Church -- History of doctrines -- 19th century.
- Church -- History of doctrines -- 20th century.
- Church in literature.
- Église -- Histoire des doctrines -- 19e siècle.
- Église -- Histoire des doctrines -- 20e siècle.
- Église -- Dans la littérature.
- Church -- History of doctrines.