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Responding to Hampson’s “After Christianity”, Chapter 7

Responding to Chapter 7: Spirituality and Praxis Daphne Hampson, After Christianity (London: SCM Press, 1996) Commentary on the final chapter: Her aim for her final chapter is to try and find “whether there are certain ways of being in the world, certain … Continue reading

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Responding to Hampson’s “After Christianity”, Chapter 5

Responding to Chapter 5: Woman, the Other Daphne Hampson, After Christianity (London: SCM Press, 1996) Summary and Commentary: This chapter is an exploration of three profiles of women and their treatment: woman as ideal, slut and complement to the male. The first … Continue reading

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Responding to Hampson’s “After Christianity”, Chapter 4

Responding to Chapter 4: Christian Idolatry Daphne Hampson, After Christianity (London: SCM Press, 1996) Tip: If you do not have a basic understanding of Freudian psychology I recommend that you research the Id, Ego and Superego before reading this chapter. Only an understanding … Continue reading

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Responding to Hampson’s “After Christianity”, Chapter 3

Responding to Chapter 3: Feminist Ethics Daphne Hampson, After Christianity (London: SCM Press, 1996) Favourite sentence: “Rigid ego boundaries are, as we have said, the mark of a fragile, not of an integrated self” (p.116) Summary and Commentary: This chapter includes a discussion … Continue reading

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