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In a series of remarkably intimate reflections on transportation decision-making, Hartman offers a glimpse at how theological priorities may be brought to bear upon the quotidian and personal details of our ordinary lives. An interest in reflective practice also grounds the book's final, futureoriented chapters, which explore the way that consumption informed by Sabbath-keeping can enact the eschatological reform it proleptically lives out, and how the Eucharist serves as a reminder of the holy dimensions of all consumption.
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