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"Robin Stockitt's Restoring the Shamed is a rediscovery of a neglected dimension in the biblical witnesses, making it relevant for today's most painful human experiences. It offers an abundance of pastoral insights, creative theological explorations, and imaginative suggestions for ecclesial practice. Beginning with . . . the absence of a theology of shame in modern theology, the book becomes a courageous and rewarding journey of theological discovery."
Chair in Systematic Theology
University of Tubingen
"This is a passionate book, in all the right senses . . . Reading it will not only help to restore the shamed; it will likely restore a godly passionand few things are more sorely needed in theology today."
Jeremy S. Begbie
Thomas A. Langford Research Professor
Duke Divinity School
"Robin Stockitt has written a powerful and persuasive book that shows the centrality of shame in human experience and in the biblical message. It is the most readable and theologically astute account of Christ's ministry to the shamed that is available today. This warmly pastoral book contains rich resources to deal with crippling experiences such as being treated as unworthy or unwanted."
Visiting Professor of New Testament
University of Heidelberg