Endorsements & Reviews-
"Sarah Morice-Brubaker draws unexpected insights from patristic theologians and brilliantly examines Marion and Moltmann en route to a conceptually powerful and gracefully written Trinitarian theology of place. This is contemporary theology at its very best: imaginative, bold, and on the cutting edge, yet also rigorous, thoughtful, and grounded in tradition."
--Gerald McKenny, Professor of Theology, University of Notre Dame
"Sarah Morice-Brubaker enters the current conversation about place and asks where God is in all of this. Her brilliant work explicitly intertwines philosophy, theology, and theory; the related ethical issues shimmer on the page. Morice-Brubaker offers a stunning analysis of different conceptions of place and their epistemological implications, while constructing the sturdy theological argument that God places us. After reading this book, I find myself thinking differently about location, the Trinity, and thinking itself."
--Shannon Craigo-Snell, Professor of Theology, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary