This classical expression of soteriology (salvation theology) has tended to spiritualize salvation and place it on a supernatural plane where it loses contact with the existential lives of people. In the face of this heritage, questions have risen from contemporary experience that challenge the Christian tradition. Does life have meaning? Is love at the core of all reality? In this book, the author searches for responses to these question. Hide examines the soteriology presented in the Revelations of Dive Love, composed by Julian of Norwich. She analyzes the understanding of salvation expressed in the visions, of showings of Julian and expands previous theological inquiry into Julian's text. After demonstrating how Julian's theology is a trinitarian theology of love, Hide addresses each aspect of Julian's soteriology within the framework of her trinitarian formula. The thelogical precis reveals that, for Julian, salvation is a process of oneing in a mystical, three-part journey from our origins with God to our ultimate return to God.
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