Imagining the Kingdom: How Worship Works, Cultural Liturgies Volume 2
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Contents

How to Read This Book
For Practitioners
For Scholars
Introduction: A Sentimental Education: On Christian Action
The End of Christian Education and/as the End of Worship
Situating Intellect: Educating for Action
Imagining the Kingdom
Part 1: Incarnate Significance: The Body as Background
1. Erotic Comprehension
Perceiving (by) Stories
The Geography of Desire: Between Instinct and Intellect
My Body, My Horizon
Being-in-the-World with Schneider: A Case Study
Erotic Comprehension: On Sex, Stories, and Silence
The Primacy of Perception
2. The Social Body
The Critique of Theoretical Reason
Habitus as Practical Sense
Belief and the Body: The Logic of Practice
Incorporation and Initiation: Writing on the Body
Part 2: Sanctified Perception
3. "We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live": How Worship Works
Imaginative, Narrative Animals
The Primacy of Metaphor and the Aesthetics of Human Understanding
A General Poetics: Imagination, Metaphor, Narrative
The iPhone-ization of Our World(view): Compressed Stories and Micropractices
4. Restor(y)ing the World: Christian Formation for Mission
Sanctifying Perception: Re-Narration Takes Practice
Redeeming Ritual: Form Matters
Redeeming Repetition: On Habituation
Redeeming Reflection: On Liturgical Catechesis and Christian Education
Indexes
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