Dazzling Darkness: Gender, Sexuality, Illness and God




      Dazzling Darkness: Gender, Sexuality, Illness and God
Dazzling Darkness is a true story about searching for one s authentic self in the company of the living God. Best Read Books Dazzling Darkness: Gender, Sexuality, Illness and God By Rachel Mann – heartforum.co.uk

Rachel Mann born 1970 is a British Anglican priest, poet and feminist theologiansource

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  • Paperback
  • 140 pages
  • Dazzling Darkness: Gender, Sexuality, Illness and God
  • Rachel Mann
  • English
  • 09 July 2019
  • 1849522413

10 thoughts on “ Dazzling Darkness: Gender, Sexuality, Illness and God

  1. I like cake says:

    I actually will struggle to find words for what I think and how I feel after finishing this book I relate to so much of it that I had to keep putting it down to digest the reality that somebody else has experienced God like I have also experienced God obviously not in the small details but in the overarching themes I could have written bits of it myself, and in fact some of the stuff about calling and illness I have written very similar stuff on blogs and in diaries That said, I don t think I actually will struggle to find words for what I think and how I feel after finishing this book I relate to so much of it that I had to keep putting it down to digest the reality that somebody else has experienced God like I have also experienced God obviously not in the small details but in the overarching themes I could have written bits of it myself, and in fact some of the stuff about calling and illness I have written very similar stuff on blogs and in diar...

  2. Bex says:

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  3. Graham says:

    This is not an easy book Despite it being under two hundred pages, it s taken me a few days to work through It deals with pain, disease, identity, gender reallocation, peace, faith, death and resurrection And hope And honesty I think the last two shine out amongst the rest of the book in the sense that within the darkness of pain God is there And in the darkness of rejection, God is there in the darkness of transition from male to female, God is there That last one was I found the most This is not an easy book Despite it being under two hundred pages, it s taken me a few...

  4. Rebecca Rouillard says:

    A moving and articulate exploration of identity and, in the context of incredibly difficult circumstances, an argument for faith and hope.

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