What follows is a book review of Eros Crucified: Death, Desire, and the Divine in Psychoanalysis and Philosophy of Religion, by Matthew Clemente. “Eros Crucified” was published by Routledge in 2020 as part of the “Psychology and the Other” series. The review focuses on thematic summarizations of each chapter, with a short set of notes analyzing the form, function, and forthgoing scholarly conversations that the book is likely to offer/invite. This space allocation is in part, due to the considerable prose, non-traditional writing style, and significant scholarly traditions drawn into dialogue with one another (philosophy, psychoanalysis, religious studies) that required further explication. “Eros Crucified” is a considerable text for those seeking a psychoanalytic description of reoccurring religious cultural phenomena, and the implications therein.