Thinking about what we’ve already discussed about images of God and Theologies of the Cross, what does Dorothee Soelle add to the discussion that’s been building among Martin Luther, Julian of Norwich and Jurgen Moltmann?

Thinking about what we’ve already discussed about images of God and Theologies of the Cross, what does Dorothee Soelle add to the discussion that’s been building among Martin Luther, Julian of Norwich and Jurgen Moltmann?. Thinking about what we’ve already discussed about images of God and Theologies of the Cross, what does Dorothee Soelle add to the discussion that’s been building among Martin Luther, Julian of Norwich and Jurgen Moltmann?.

I’m working on a Social Science question and need guidance to help me study.

Thinking about what we’ve already discussed about images of God and Theologies of the Cross, what does Dorothee Soelle add to the discussion that’s been building among Martin Luther, Julian of Norwich and Jurgen Moltmann?

Please limit your answer from 200-250 words.

Please write as an international student and don’t write as a Christian because Im not just write your response as if u don’t understand that much about religions and please make it simple as much as u can. It is also a text box submission and please don’t forget to make it simple. Without using other sources.

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Thinking about what we’ve already discussed about images of God and Theologies of the Cross, what does Dorothee Soelle add to the discussion that’s been building among Martin Luther, Julian of Norwich and Jurgen Moltmann?

Thinking about what we’ve already discussed about images of God and Theologies of the Cross, what does Dorothee Soelle add to the discussion that’s been building among Martin Luther, Julian of Norwich and Jurgen Moltmann?

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