Finding All Things in God: Pansacramentalism and Doing Theology Interreligiously Paperback – 25 May 2017
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To the religious world that has long suffered the split of theology and spirituality, Gustafson offers a very original and very persuasive attempt to reunite the two in terms of a pansacramental approach, a liturgical mediation between the two, and presents, in the process, a wealth of insights from Aquinas, Rahner, Chauvet, Merton, Nicholas Black Elk, Dostoevsky, and Wendell Berry. ... I heartily recommend the book. --Anselm K. Min, Professor of Religion, Department of Religion, Claremont Graduate University
In this tour de force, Gustafson unleashes the deeper meanings of symbol and sacrament to reunite theological reflection and spiritual living. Deeply Christian and deeply interreligious, his pansacramentalism destabilizes traditional dichotomies and radically expands the realm of the sacred. A must-read for all who are interested in the future of constructive theology. --Philip Clayton, author of Transforming Christian Theology
We can be grateful for this important book, which not only raises the caution, but also offers a way of mediating the split between theology and spirituality. Additionally, Gustafson's pansacramentalism holds the potential to provide a theological foundation from which to fund inter-religious conversations, given its view that all things, including religions, are in God sacramentally. --Khay Tham Nehemiah Lim, The Expository Times, Volume 129, Number 12, September 2018
About the Author
Hans Gustafson is the associate director of the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) and the College of Saint Benedict & Saint Johns University (Minnesota) where he teaches in the theology departments.
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