Monday, October 7, 2013

one for the catholics.

Freelance Catholic writer Emily Stimpson explains her book These Beautiful Bones: An Everyday Theology of the Body best in a recent interview with National Review:

 “Theology of the body” refers to a series of meditations given by John Paul II during his papacy. It answers some of the most pervasive and fundamental questions that all men and women across time have asked: Who am I? For what purpose do I exist? What does it mean to love? How am I to live?”

Stimpson goes on to explain that you don’t have to be a theologian to care about these questions, or to appreciate her book. These Beautiful Bones takes the idea of theology to a new level when describing how it touches upon every aspect of human life. It’s basically a guide for all Catholics on how to live every day. So if you’re Catholic, you’re looking to live a more faith-based life, and you don’t really know where to start…Stimpson has you covered.

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