This ground-breaking book provides a new perspective on Christian
practices of silence.
Rachel Muers, a significant Quaker theologian, develops a
theological understanding of communication to which a "responsible
silence" is central. In doing so, she engages with the key issues
raised for Christian theology by feminist thought, and develops an
original reading of significant aspects of the theology and ethics
of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. She also presents a challenge, from the
perspective of Christian theology and practice, to a communicative
environment dominated by wars of words. The central theological
claim explored in the book is that God listens, and that God's
listening is integral to who God is.
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