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The Joy of Being Wrong : Original Sin Through Easter Eyes

Posted on 14 May 2012 Gavin Glenn

This original work of theological anthropology looks at original sin in the light of the Resurrection, and shows how forgiveness has become the way of transformation.

"A summa of sorts - thoroughly original. While remaining faithful to tradition, James Alison is constantly breaking new ground for its understanding and application."
Andrew J. McKenna, Chair, Department of Modern Languages, Loyola University of Chicago.

"One should, one can, never say of a theological work that it is the definitive statement on its subject. But very occasionally one is tempted to do so, and this book represents that temptation in acute form."
Sebastian Moore, from the Foreword

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