The Palgrave handbook of radical theology /
|Imprint:||Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, |
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Series:||Radical theologies and philosophies|
Radical theologies and philosophies.
RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Systematic.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- General.
Philosophy of Religion.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11899395|
Table of Contents:
- Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Part I: Background and Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction; Organization; Structure; Limitations; Chapter 2: Background; Radical Theology Today; The Hermeneutics of Suspicion: The Materialist Critique of Religion; European Philosophy from Phenomenology to Poststructuralism; Paul Tillich and God's Theological Demise; Chapter 3: Chronology of Radical Theology; Part II: Figures; Chapter 4: James Luther Adams; Biography; Major Themes; Critical and Historical Impact; Starting Points; Key Secondary Works and Influence; Works Cited.
- Chapter 5: Thomas J.J. AltizerBiography; Apocalyptic Faith; Dialectical Theology: Crisis Theology; Dialectical Theology: Hegelian Influence; Coincidentia Oppositorum; The Death of God; The Incarnation and History; The Importance (And Difficulty) of Language; The Alien, the Absolute, and the Primordial; Influence; Starting Points; Key Secondary Works; Works Cited; Chapter 6: Dietrich Bonhoeffer; Biography; Major Themes; Deep Christology; The Church Against the World, for the World; World Come of Age and "Religionless" Christianity; Critical and Historical Impact; Starting Points.
- Critical AssessmentWorks Cited; Chapter 7: John D. Caputo; Radical Hermeneutics; The Call of Obligation; Hermeneutics of the Abyss; Hermeneutics of the Smile; Radical Theology; Theology as Theopoetics; The Weakness of God; The Insistence of God; The Existence of God; Critical and Historical Impact; Caputo and Radical Theology; Caputo and the Death of God; Caputo and Confessional Theology; Theology as Theopraxis; Starting Points; Works Cited; Chapter 8: Harvey Cox; Significant Works; The Secular City; Religion in the Secular City; The Market as God; Critical Assessment; Works Cited.
- Chapter 9: Don CupittBiography; Significant Works; The Leap of Reason; Taking Leave of God; The Last Philosophy and Solar Ethics; Critical and Historical Impact; Starting Points; Works Cited; Chapter 10: Mary Daly; Major Themes; From Anno Domini to Anno Feminarum, the Archaic Future; Alchemical Methodology and Spelling; The Death of God the Father; The Impossibility of Feminist Christianity; That Old-Time Sado-Sublime Religion; Far-Out Faith: Moving Toward Convection; Starting Points; Key Secondary Works and Influence; Critical Assessment; Works Cited; Chapter 11: Leslie Dewart; Biography.
- Major ThemesTheological Philosophy-Theism and Dehellenization; Language, Speech, and Consciousness; Beyond Religion and Theism; The Origin of Consciousness; Speech, Consciousness, and Causality; Reality as Fact: Speech vs. Thought; Consciousness and Culture; Absent-Mindedness; Post-Humean Philosophy; Critical and Historical Impact; Starting Points; Critical Assessment; Works Cited; Chapter 12: Jacques Ellul; Influences: Marx, Kierkegaard, and Barth; An Introduction to Ellul's Writing; Ellul's Sociological Works; Ellul's Theological Works; Ellul's Theology; Faith, Belief, and the Secular.