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Outlines of Romantic Theology with Which is Reprinted, Religion & Love in Dante: The Theology of Romantic Love

Category: Religion
Author: Charles Williams, Alice Mary Hadfield
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Counts: 254
Original Format: Hardcover, 113 pages
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Publisher: September 13th 1990 by William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company (first published 1978)
Language: English
ISBN: 0802836798
ISBN13: 9780802836793
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Original Title: Outlines of Romantic Theology with Which is Reprinted, Religion & Love in Dante: The Theology of Romantic Love
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Romantic theology is the working out of ways in which an ordinary relationship between two people can become one that is extraordinary, one that grants us glimpses, visions of perfection.
In experiencing romantic love, we experience God, He has been in the experience from the beginning, and the more we learn about it, the more we learn also about Him. -adapted from the Intr Romantic theology is the working out of ways in which an ordinary relationship between two people can become one that is extraordinary, one that grants us glimpses, visions of perfection.
In experiencing romantic love, we experience God, He has been in the experience from the beginning, and the more we learn about it, the more we learn also about Him. -adapted from the Introduction and the Sequel
Charles Williams was one of the finest-not to mention one of the most unusual-theologians of the twentieth century. His mysticism is palpable-the unseen world interpenetrates ours at every point, and spiritual exchange occurs all the time, unseen and largely unlooked for. His novels are legend, and as a member of the Inklings, he contributed to the mythopoetic revival in contemporary culture.

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