Introduction: Reenvisioning Resurrection 1. Erasing Wounds: John Calvin and the Problem of the Resurrected Body 2. Touching Wounds: Macrinaas Scar and the Balm of Resurrection Flesh 3. Surfacing Wounds: Christian Theology and Resurrecting Histories in the Age of Ferguson 4. Discovering Wounds: Veteran Healing and Resurrection in the Upper Room Conclusion: Communal After-Living
Shelly Rambo is Associate Professor of Theology at Boston University.
...Rambo exceeds expectations with a masterful and surprisingly
daring venture to reconsider theologies of resurrection in the
"afterlife" or "ongoingness" of trauma. -- Amy McLaughlin-Sheasby
An important and beautifully written contribution to current theological discourse on trauma. -- Hannah Jones -- Reading Religion
The breadth and creativity of Rambo's intertextual analysis is exciting, and her multivalent reading of John 20 will undoubtedly spur reflection on suffering, resurrection, and salvation. -- Jessica Coblentz -- Horizons