Special Issue Louvain Studies 2018

Volume 41, issue 3, 2018

Relation, Vulnerability, Love. Introducing the What and the How of Theological Anthropology in the 21st Century     (211-219, abstract)
DE MAESENEER, Yves

Why Christian Anthropology Needs a Thouroughly Anthropological Turn     (220-237, abstract)
BANNER, Michael

‘I Exist in Believing’. Anthropology as a Theological and Emancipative Pursuit. A Response to Michael Banner     (238-248, abstract)
BROCK, Brian

Being Human, Doing Research in a World of Systemic Injustice. Reflections on Elina Hankela’s Liberationist Ethnography     (249-268, abstract)
ORYE, Lieve

Love as the Power with which God Shapes the World. Theological Anthropology and Human Experience     (269-285, abstract)
HENRIKSEN, Jan-Olav

The Perception and Practice of Love in the Love that is Godself. A Response to Jan-Olav Henriksen     (286-297, abstract)
MÜHLING, Markus

Encountering God and Being Human ‘Where the Wild Things Are’. Maternal Experiences as an Eco-feminist Soure for Theological Anthropology     (298-316, abstract)
GANDOLFO, Elizabeth O’Donnell

A Theological Reconsideration of ‘the Wild’. A Response to Elizabeth O’Donnell Gandolfo  (317-327, abstract)
FIDDES, Paul S.

Weaving Theological Anthropology into Life. Editorial Conclusions in Correspondence with Tim Ingold     (328-355, abstract, article)
ORYE, Lieve