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B. Keith Putt
What comes After the Death of God? Jeffrey W. Robbins responds in good Kierkegaardian and Bonhoefferian fashion that it is something of a radical postsecular 'resurrection,' one that does not revivify traditional triumphalist ontotheology but breathes life anew into a more 'biblical' and kenotic theology of weakness. He presents an important précis of the post-secular rebirth of religion without religion, of the Kingdom of God as a kingdom of liberation, and of God as an event of incarnational love.
— B. Keith Putt, Samford University