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Embodying Community: a Transformative and Sacramental Ecclesiology of Disability

@inproceedings{Walker2018EmbodyingCA,
  title={Embodying Community: a Transformative and Sacramental Ecclesiology of Disability},
  author={Michael Walker},
  year={2018}
}
This project asserts that, in and through churchly communities that embrace the sacraments’ evocation of God’s gracious invitation to inclusion, people with disabilities require critical facets of access to God’s transformative equality and justice. It makes this claim in five distinct but connected ways, via an introduction, five chapters, and a conclusion. The Introduction proposes the thesis statement. After it examines the project’s interpretive method—a dialectical hermeneutic of suspicion… Expand
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