DIASBILITY PROVIDENCE ETHIC (Studies in Religion, Theology, and Disability) Hardcover – 1 Sep 2014
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"In this magnificent work, Hans Reinders presents divine providence in a manner that refuses to evade the hardest questions of lived human existence." -- Brian Brock, Reader in Moral & Practical Theology, University of Aberdeen "An important contribution to the necessary conversation on Christian theology and our human experiences of impairments and disabilities." Arne Fritzson, Ecumenical Disabilities Advocate Network "Disability, Providence, and Ethics is a probing and instructive book that is sure to be an important addition to the growing literature on theology and disability. Attentive to stories of disability in the lives of people, Hans Reinders roots providence in pastoral discernment as a hope-filled expression of God's transformative nearness. And the result challenges common perceptions of disability." -- Thomas E Reynolds, Associate Professor of Theology, Emmanuel College The Dutch theologian Hans Reinders, one of the most interesting thinkers working at the intersections of theology, philosophy, and disability studies, discusses in this well-written and engaging book the theology of providence in relation to the experience of disability. -- Arne Rasmusson, University of Gothenburg -- First Things
About the Author
Hans S. Reinders is Professor of Ethics and Bernard Lievegoed Professor of Ethics and Disability at VU University in Amsterdam.