Beyond Wondrously Wounded: A response to reviewers

Brian Brock* (Corresponding Author)

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Calle Micale prompts discussion of the importance of divine judgment. Sarah Jean Barton engages the role of method in disability theology. Louise Gosbell prompts questions about resurrected life. Kate Bowman-Evans extends a disability hermeneutic on behalf of others marginalized by the church. Kevin Timpe wants less Christian optimism. Elizabeth Agnew Cochran and Joanna Leidenhag ask how autistic people might be tripped up by issues of race and a church that is deaf to their voices. Stephen Wright’s aesthetics leads to a clarification of wonder language. A conclusion asks about anger and hope in the face of injustice and divine mercy.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)116
Number of pages1
JournalJournal of Disability & Religion
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 21 Mar 2022

Bibliographical note

Thanks to Jana M. Bennett, Robert W. Heimburger, Sarah Shin, Anne Dimond, Topher Endress, and Petre Maican for their feedback on earlier versions of these responses.


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