Exploring the unconscious movements of desire – how they form us, connect us, shape our greatest ideas, mold our societies, influence human history and ultimately, how they are unveiled.
The book is available in a number of formats and can be found at the links below:
US hardcover, softcover, Kindle
UK hardcover, softcover, Kindle
It is difficult to express the importance of the concepts contained in Andre Rabe’s newest book, Desire Found Me. It is a complete game-changer in regards to our understanding of who and what we are. As a clinical psychologist with over thirty years of experience working with clients and doing training in the area of psychology theology integration, I am awestruck by the implications of this paradigm. This book is a must-read for anyone who is seeking to understand the deep questions of human identity and meaning. Whether you agree with all of the assumptions or not, it will stretch the very notion of what it means to be human, and will help you to let go of self-limiting mindsets. -Michael Wayne Regier, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist
Andre Rabe’s brilliance as scholar and teacher combines in this epic study on Mimetic Theology. He boldly tackles many traditional beliefs and superstitions, providing insights that would shift paradigms for many! Rabe weaves the narratives that were told for centuries into the historic setting of Israel and the cultural scope within which many of the Bible authors lived, shedding light on our mimetic history. He thereby gives fresh context to Jesus Christ. Rabe’s vision of Mimetic Atonement is giving profound new language to theology. -Francois du Toit, Author of The Mirror Bible
Using Rene Girard’s ground-breaking anthropological insights, Rabe has crafted a masterpiece… The strength of this particular book lies in the way he has brought together critical scholarship on the Old Testament with a generous Spirit-filled devotion; a mix rarely captured by authors who seek to be both informed and inspiring. I heartily recommend this book… – Michael Hardin, Executive Director, Preaching Peace
Andre Rabe has done us all a favor by taking a topic which is often presented in a very academic and complex manner, and making it clear, simple, and practical. – Martin Trench, Lead Pastor at Gateway Alliance Church, Edmonton