Document Type


Publication Date

Winter 1999


Discusses individuals' inhabitation of spaces between the human and more-than-human worlds as a way to enrich one's spirituality. Charged liminal space; Mental habit of dualism; Rehabilitation of imagination and language; Recovery of the language of eros; Deeper sense of relationship with the living world.

Recommended Citation

Christie, Douglas E. “Into the Body of Another: Eros, Embodiment and Intimacy with the Natural World.” Anglican Theological Review 81.1 (Winter, 1999): 13-37. Print.

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