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While there is still no consensus concerning what a postmodern society should look like, James K. A. Smith suggests that the answer is a reaffirmation of...
While there is still no consensus concerning what a postmodern society should look like, James K. A. Smith suggests that the answer is a reaffirmation of the belief that Jesus is Lord over all. Smith traces the trends and directions of Radical Orthodoxy, proposing that it can provide an old-but-new theology for a new generation of Christians. This book will challenge and encourage pastors and thoughtful laypeople interested in learning more about currents in contemporary theology.
Part 1: Orientation
1. Inhabiting the Post-Secular: Why Radical Orthodoxy? Why Now?
2. Elements of a Manifesto: The Movements of Radical Orthodoxy
3. Radical Orthodoxy's "Story" of Philosophy: From Plato to Scotus and Back
Part 2: Navigation
4. Postmodern Parodies: The Critique of Modernity and the Myth of the Secular
5. Possibilities for the Post-Secular: Faith, Reason, and Public Engagement
6. Participation and Incarnation: Materiality, Liturgy, Sacramentality
7. Cities of God: Cultural Critique and Social Transformation
Posted March 4, 2011
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