Liberating Pneumatologies
Liberating Pneumatologies

Liberating Pneumatologies

Spirit Set Free

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RELIGION

275 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Paperback, Hardcover, ebook: EPUB

Paperback, $39.95 (US $39.95) (CA $53.95)

Publication Date: October 2021

ISBN 9780824595012

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Overview

This book is a contemporary examination of the theology of the Holy Spirit from the perspectives of a variety of ecclesial and contextual locations with an emphasis on the liberating action of the Holy Spirit in human lives. Its ecclesial content includes Pentecostal, Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox pneumatologies, with insights from contemporary theologians from each perspective. Its distinctive feature is its examination of pneumatologies from the feminist, womanist, mujerista, Black, Latinx, and cosmological theologians, focusing on unique images and liberating actions of the Holy Spirit in the social and cultural contexts of human experience. Ultimately, this particular emphasis on the liberating action of the Spirit is what sets this book apart.

Author Biography

Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ, PhD, a Sister of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia, is Professor of Systematic Theology and Chair of the Department of Theology and Philosophy at Barry University, Miami, FL. Schaab earned the Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA; the Master of Arts in Religious Studies at La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA; and the PhD at Fordham University, Bronx, NY. Schaab's scholarly research focuses on the theology of God as Trinity, Christology, Pneumatology, evolutionary theology, feminist theology, contextual theology, and theologies of God and suffering. In addition to numerous journal publications, book entries, and presentations, her most recent books include If God is For Us: Christian Perspectives on God and Suffering; Trinity in Relation: Creation, Incarnation, and Grace in an Evolving Cosmos; and The Creative Suffering of the Triune God: An Evolutionary Theology.