Pavol Bargár, Embodied Existence: Our Common Life in God. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2023. Pp. 182. ISBN: 978-1-6667-4408-8.
This book makes a case, from an ecumenical Christian perspective, for a theological anthropology and a missiology that are based on the essential significance of story, body, imagination, and relationality in order to understand what it means to be human vis-à-vis God, the other, and creation. Such an interpretation, moreover, enables seeking and pursuing a common life for the whole creation in the force field of God’s radical and transformative reign. To advance its argument, it engages contemporary culture, including cinema and, to a lesser extent, fiction and music.
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