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Notes from the Edges : Theological Intonations
Authorship Description
Baiju Markose.
Bibliographical Details xii, 141 p. 24 cm.
Edition, Place & Publisher 1st ed. New Delhi, Christian World Imprints.
ISBN-10 9351485323
ISBN-13 9789351485322, 978-9351485322
Year of Publication 2021.
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This is an anthology of thirty-one erudite theological essays on various themes primarily written in the pandemic context, attempting to unplug the social-edges through the lens of scripture and radical Christian faith. These reflective notes uncover the social and scriptural edges and externalize the radical silence that dwells on edges and margins. As creative theological intonations, these notes replete with mystical experiences, poetical scribblings, and creative imaginations, shadowing the author’s ontological questions, healing-journey, and processual-becomings.

                                                                                 Contents

Foreword
Preface

1. Micro Eschatology from the Edges
2. Life @ Eschata
3. The Neoliberal Virus and Systems View of Life
4. Sacramentality of Slowing Down
5. We-"INTER" - are
6. God in the Backyard
7. Infinite Debt and the "We" Factor
8. Kids Kindling Kin[g]dom Cues
9. Holiness, a.k.a Life Intensity
10. The Art of Exit
11. Travel as Resistance
12. Re-imagining the Maternal
13. Ark of Intimacy
14. Eucharistic Third Space
15. Diakonia: Practice of Death & Resurrection
16. Easter: Counter Speech and Alter Life
17. Heart-Art-Re-start
18. Trans-letting the Message
19. Uncharted Terrains in Pastoral Theology
20. On Era(s)sing the Caste
21. Interfaith Imperatives: Postcolonial Lens-ing
22. Christmas-Moments of Missional Re-imagination
23. God-Talk during the Pandemic
24. Silence and Linguistic Debt
25. Facing the Facelessness
26. Eshoing Eco-spirit
27. Subaltern Mysticism
28. Dwelling in the Thickness
29. "I Can't Breathe;" A Call for Micro-Pneumatology
30. Tikkun ha-Olam: Repairing the World
31. Can the "Religious" Speak Again?

Bibliography

Rev. Dr. Baiju Markose, is a faculty in the Department of Religions at Dharma Jyoti Vidya Peeth, Faridabad, India. He is the author of Treasuring the Wounds in our Hands (2006), Ritual and Rhythm of Life (2015), Rhizomatic Reflections: Discourses on Religion and Theology (2018), The Cross and the Peacock (2021), Wood-Pecker (2021). He was awarded American Academy of Religion’s (AAR-Midwest) Marion McFarland Award in the year 2017.



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