Digital download: Feminist poet and theologian Nicola Slee reflects on the implications of the Resurrection for Mary Magdelene and all of us, with reference to a personal ‘near-death’ experience in her own family. ‘Resurrection is not return, nor the restoration of an old state of affairs, but a total reorientation to a radically new reality.’ Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter.
Nicola Slee is Director of Research at the Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education (www.queens.ac.uk), and the author of many books, including Doing December Differently, with Rosie Miles (Wild Goose Publications), and Praying Like a Woman (SPCK).
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