Review of "Sophia: The Hidden Christ of Thomas Merton," by Christopher Pramuk

Knitter, Paul

Pramuk has written an audacious, radical, and ultimately inspiring book. Audaciously, he takes on the complex and controversial task of translating Merton's richly literary and poetic writings into theology. In doing so, he calls Christians, and especially Christian theologians, radically to deepen or repossess the mystical sources for their life and work. The result is an inspiring invitation to find new and deeper meaning in both doctrine and practice.



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April 16, 2012