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      Senses of Sense

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          Recent years’ emphasis on contemplation, prayer and ritual has raised new questions about the ‘site’ of theological reflection: is an inhabited theology newly disclosive? What are the implications of such an appreciation of the role of the body – of language, gesture, posture, sound, variations of light and space, the passage of time – for theological understanding? The space of the liturgy, the edifice of the Church or the performed space of enactment becomes a dramatization and exteriorisation of the mind, of unfallen reason which remembers that it is created and is now at one with the diversity of creation and with God, where knowing and unknowing coincide in illumination and the forgetting of the self.

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          Journal
          NTT
          NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion
          Amsterdam University Press
          2542-6583
          01 August 2019
          : 73
          : 3
          : 141-167
          Article
          NTT2019.3.002.PICK
          10.5117/NTT2019.3.002.PICK
          f513dc36-045a-4ce8-9d80-faabacd65683
          © 2019 Amsterdam University Press
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          Pages: 27
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          medieval Christendom,liturgy,sacraments,bodiliness,mystery
          medieval Christendom, liturgy, sacraments, bodiliness, mystery

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