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|Description:||xiii, 161 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : disability and the people of God : whole or fragmented? --
Holiness, the covenant, and ancient Israel : exclusion, inclusion, and disability --
What hath Dr. Luke and his colleagues to say? : Jesus, the early church, and a (radical Pentecostal) theology of disability --
One body, many members : St. Paul's charismatic ecclesiology and the renewal of dis/ability --
When there shall be no more tears : eschatology, the reign of God, and the redemption of disability --
Epilogue: The new biblical theology of disability : so what? --
Appendix: Disability at Qumran.
Discusses how the way Biblical texts are interpreted in regard to people with disabilities, and challenges churches to become more inclusive.
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