Over a century ago, Nietzsche famously declared the death of God, but this has not kept Christian theologians from making positive use of this 'master of suspicion'. Nietzsche and Theology displays how his most generative and provocative ideas are also deeply theological and continue to teach Christians how to be Christians in the world in which they find themselves.
About the Author
Craig Hovey (PhD, University of Cambridge) teaches theology and ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of To Share in the Body (2008) and Speak Thus (2008).
Table of Contents
Preface vii Abbreviations ix Introduction 1
1 A catastrophic life 13
2 Un-mastering knowledge 18
3 Culture of nothingness 45
4 Un-meaning history 69
5 Un-powering the good 92
6 Dispelling being 117
7 Dancing and singing 144 Notes 150 Index 167