Thealogy and Theology: Mutually Exclusive or Creatively Interdependent?

@article{Clack1999ThealogyAT,
  title={Thealogy and Theology: Mutually Exclusive or Creatively Interdependent?},
  author={Beverley J. Clack},
  journal={Feminist Theology},
  year={1999},
  volume={7},
  pages={21 - 38}
}
  • B. Clack
  • Published 1 May 1999
  • Philosophy
  • Feminist Theology
belief that human beings are an integral part of the natural world, interdependent with all living things. This contrasted sharply, it seemed to me, with the polarized account of divinity and humanity, spirituality and physicality, present in much Christian theology. Further reflection upon my post-Christian appropriation of the Goddess suggests, however, that my own thealogy has tended to polarize too sharply the differences between thealogical and theological insights: ideas drawn from the… 
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