The Body in St Maximus the Confessor: Holy Flesh, Wholly Deified by Adam G. Cooper

The Body in St Maximus the Confessor: Holy Flesh, Wholly Deified

byAdam G. Cooper

Hardcover | January 2, 2006

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Contemporary scholarship recognizes in Maximus the Confessor a theologian of towering intellectual importance. In this book Adam G. Cooper puts to him a question which from the origins of Christian thought has constituted an interpretative crux for catholic Christianity: what is the place ofthe material order and, specifically, of the human body, in God's creative, redemptive, and perfective economies? While the study builds upon the insights of other efforts in Maximian scholarship, it primarily presents an engagement with the full vista of Maximus's own writings, providing a uniquecontribution towards an intelligent apprehension of this erudite but often impenetrable theological mind.

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Adam G. Cooper is a Pastor of the Lutheran Church of Australia.
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Title:The Body in St Maximus the Confessor: Holy Flesh, Wholly DeifiedFormat:HardcoverDimensions:300 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.86 inPublished:January 2, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019927570X

ISBN - 13:9780199275700

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Table of Contents

1. Corporeality and Concealment2. Corporeality and the Cosmos3. Corporeality and Christ4. Corporeality and the Church5. Corporeality and the ChristianConclusion