By Susan Niditch
The Responsive Self studies various phenomena, together with using first-person speech, probably autobiographic types and orientations, the emphasis on person accountability for sin, curiosity within the emotional dimensions of biblical characters, and outlines of self-imposed ritual. This set of pursuits lends itself to intriguing methods within the modern examine of faith, together with the concept that of “lived religion,” and includes figuring out and describing what humans really do and think in cultures of religion.
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