Eucharist Bodies, Bread, and Resurrection

ISBN-10: 0800638670
ISBN-13: 9780800638672
Edition: 2007
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Book details

List price: $23.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers
Publication date: 10/31/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Bieler and Schottroff bring together the best of contemporary scholarship on ritual theory and practice, Eucharistic origins, the Eucharist and eschatology, the Eucharist and world hunger, the global economy, and the dynamics of torture in a dramatic new vision of the transformative power of the Eucharist for our world. Reflection questions lead readers into the issues raised in each chapter.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
A Eucharist in Advent
The Eucharistic Life
Sacramental Permeability
Eschatological Imagination
The Eucharist in the New Testament
The Sequence of the Meal
The Community at Table
Jesus' Interpretive Words
This Book
Eschatological Imagination
A Procession to the Table
Expectation: Waiting with Eager Longing
Imagination: Come, See, and Taste
The Fabric of Eschatological Imagination
Making Sense of New Testament Eschatology
"Today"
The New Covenant
The Arrival of the Son of Man
The Coming of God
The Captivity of Eschatological Imagination
Colonial Desire
Dualistic Thinking
Colonized Imagination
The Eucharist as Eschatological Meal
Christ Has Died, Christ Is Risen, Christ Will Come Again
"I Will Not Drink Again of the Fruit of the Vine..."
"Proclaim the Messiah's Death until He Comes"
"The New Covenant in My Blood"
The Eucharist as Experience of Resurrection
"Let Your Church Be Gathered into Your Reign": Eucharist in the Didache
The Bread of Life in Two Economies
The Bread of Death: Dieting America and Global Food Politics
The Hope of the Hungry in the NewTestament
Jesus' Hunger
Bread Miracles and God's Economy
"Not by Bread Alone": Jesus' Temptations (Matthew4:l-ll)
The Holy Meal and the Homo Oeconomicus
The Imagination of the Homo Oeconomicus
The Alternative Economics of Eucharist
Eucharist as Gift Exchange
Sustainability: Abundant Love and Limited Resources
The Mimicry of Market Exchange
Dissent from the Omnipotence of Homo Oeconomicus
Giving Thanks
Returning Gifts
Consecrating Private Property
Interceding
The Body Politics of Eucharist
Real Bodies at the Meal
"Witness God's Welcome": A Communion
Celebration (Colette Jackson)
The Body as Metaphor as Body
"This is My Body"
The Body Politics of the State
Making the Tortured Body Visible
"My Body-Given for You": Eucharist and the Language of Sacrifice
Eschatological Remembrance (Anamnesis)
The Act of Remembering
What We Remember
How We Remember
Reciprocal Activity
Anamnetic Empathy
Embodied Practice
Mapping Sites of Anamnesis
Body Memory
Bruce Saunkeah's Story: "I Find Myself Buying a Suit"
Cultural Memory
Richetta and Ra Amen's Journey: Memories of Captivity
Place Memory
Bernauer Strabe, Berlin: Chapel of Reconciliation
Anamnesis as Dangerous Memory
Notes
Bibliography
Index of Biblical Verses
Index of Names and Subjects

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