How do we "sense the sacred," that "special mode of perception" noted by Sarah Coakley and Paul Gavrilyuk, where God becomes the object of our senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. This edition of the St Mark's Review focuses on what Australian theologians, philosophers and even our Australian context itself, might contribute to the conversation.
List of topics and authors
- “Stumbling over the doorstep”: Richard Johnson and Les Murray perceiving God on colonised land— Jane Foulcher
- Less than we think we know— Ryan Young
- Glimpsing eternity humbles us: Visions and women mystics— Robyn Wrigley-Carr
- The urgency of an Australian sense of the sacred— Duncan Reid
- Truth by any other name—religious perception: An exploration through the Nietzschean lens of the will-to-truth and the will-to-power— Nikolai Blaskow
- Review article: The world’s last industrial mission?— John Harris
Download an extract here.