Introducing Radical Orthodoxy

Mapping a Post-secular Theology
 
 
Baker Academic (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 1. Dezember 2004
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  • 296 Seiten
 
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Although God is making a comeback in our society, popular culture still takes its orders from the Enlightenment, a movement that denied faith a prominent role in society. Today, many are questioning this elevation of reason over faith. How should Christians respond to a secular world that continues to push faith to the margins? 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.
  • Englisch
  • Grand Rapids
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  • USA
Baker Publishing Group
978-1-4412-0611-4 (9781441206114)
1441206116 (1441206116)
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  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction: A Theological Cartography
  • Between Cambridge and Amsterdam: Outline of a Project
  • A Reader's Guide: For the Perplexed
  • Part 1 Orientation
  • 1 Inhabiting the Post-secular: Why Radical Orthodoxy? Why Now?
  • Mapping the Postmodern Terrain: From Tübingen to Cambridge
  • Augustine in Paris: Sources and Influences
  • Defending the Secular: A Survey of Criticisms
  • Inhabiting the Post-secular
  • 2 Elements of a Manifesto: The Movements of Radical Orthodoxy
  • Defining Radical Orthodoxy: School, Movement, or Sensibility?
  • A Symphony in Five Movements
  • A Reformed Rendition
  • 3 Radical Orthodoxy's "Story" of Philosophy: From Plato to Scotus and Back
  • Radical Orthodoxy's History of Philosophy: Of Narratives, Tall Tales, and Meta-history
  • Beginning from the Middle: The Modern Turn (to Nihilism)
  • The Scotus Case
  • From Univocity to Nihilism
  • Once upon a Time There Was Plato
  • Platonism/Christianity
  • The New Plato
  • Back to Augustine
  • Postmodern Augustines: Caputo and Derrida
  • A Radically Orthodox Augustine: Ward and Milbank
  • A New Aquinas: Graced Nature
  • Part 2 Navigation
  • 4 Postmodern Parodies: The Critique of Modernity and the Myth of the Secular
  • Modernity as Heresy
  • Modernity as Parody
  • Statecraft: A Secular Ecclesia
  • Divine Cities: A Secular Kingdom
  • More Modernity: On the So-Called Postmodern Turn
  • 5 Possibilities for the Post-secular: Faith, Reason, and Public Engagement
  • The Pretended Autonomy of Secular Thought
  • Secular Theologies
  • Scholasticism in Theology
  • Faith and Reason Revisited: The Aquinas Case
  • The Traditional Thomas
  • The New, RO Aquinas
  • Doubting (RO's) Thomas: Criticisms
  • Philosophy and Theology: Anatomy of a Relation
  • The End of Apologetics
  • Inverting the Emperor's Tale: Political Spaces for Confessional Voices
  • 6 Participation and Incarnation: Materiality, Liturgy, and Sacramentality
  • Suspending the Material: On Participation
  • Counter-Ontology 1: Materialism and Transcendence
  • Counter-Ontology 2: Difference and Peace
  • A Reformed Caveat: The Goodness of Creation and Plato Revisited
  • The Goodness of Creation
  • Eschatology
  • The Integrity of Creation and the Specter of Occasionalism
  • A Case Study: Leibniz-Deleuze and the Integrity of Creation
  • Planes of Immanence: Deleuze's Leibniz and a "Hymn to Creation"
  • Giving the Creator His Due: Leibniz on Nature and Creation
  • Creation as Miracle: The Critique of Occasionalism
  • Against the Idol of Nature
  • Integrity, Immanence, and the Folds of Creation: Implications for a Creational Ontology
  • Affirming Immanence in a Creational Ontology
  • Meaning, Expression, and Transcendence
  • Foldings and Enkapsis: Dooyeweerd, Deleuze, and Leibniz
  • The Beauty of God: Liturgy and Aesthetics
  • 7 Cities of God: Cultural Critique and Social Transformation
  • The Church as Social Theory
  • A Christian Sociology
  • Redeeming Community: The Church as Polis
  • Against Ethics: Christian Morality and the Antithesis
  • Erotic Subjects: A Postmodern Augustinianism
  • Technologies of Desire: Church, State, Market
  • RO's Church: Questions and Reservations
  • A Creational Church? Questions about the State as Ecclesia and the Church as Polis
  • A Church without Boundaries?
  • Conclusion: Taking Radical Orthodoxy to Church
  • Bibliography

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