How had we best conceptualize that dimension of reality that humanity has hitherto called “God”? For those of us concerned with theology, or who have a marked spirituality, this question must be quite fundamental. Given that I am by trade a systematic theologian, it is this that I shall address.
KeywordsFeminist Thought Feminist Interpretation Causal Nexus Subconscious Level Systematic Theologian
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