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978-0-7391-1927-3 • Hardback • December 2006 • $113.00 • (£87.00)
Darren J. N. Middleton is associate professor of literature and theology at Texas Christian University.
Chapter 1 Kazantzakis and Mount Athos: A Heretic in the Virgin's Garden?
Chapter 2 Kazantzakis and Apophatic Theology: What God is Not
Chapter 3 Kazantzakis and Schweitzer: Connections, Comparisons, Contrasts
Chapter 4 Kazantzakis and Christian Doctrine: Some Bridges of Understanding
Chapter 5 Kazantzakis and Process Theology
Chapter 6 Kazantzakis and Postmodern Theology
Scholars who are familiar with Kazantzakis's works as well as those looking for an introduction to religious themes in Kazantzakis will benefit from this clearly written, insightful book. [Its] chief virtue lies in the way Middleton brings together the major themes in Kazantzakis's work (e.g., transubstantiation, the idea that we save God, etc.) with some of the major themes in contemporary theology (e.g., postmodern negative theology, process thought, etc.). An unbroken hallelujah for Middleton's Broken Hallelujah!
— Daniel A. Dombrowski, Seattle University