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|All Authors / Contributors:||
J Aaron Simmons; Stephen Minister
|Description:||ix, 409 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : on necessary interruptions / J. Aaron Simmons --
Apologetics after objectivity / J. Aaron Simmons --
"As radical as one needs to be" : a response to J. Aaron Simmons / Bruce Ellis Benson --
Apologetics after identity? : a response to J. Aaron Simmons / Stephen Minster --
Faith seeking understanding / Stephen Minster --
Thinking more positively--
and indeed why not? : a response to Stephen Minster / Jeffrey Hanson --
Religion in the postmodern public square : thinking after Stephen Minster / J. Aaron Simmons --
The phenomenon of the good : reconstructing religion in the wake of deconstruction / Jeffrey Hanson --
My lies are always wishes : reflections on the fictional structure of the statement of faith : a response to Jeffrey Hanson / Drew M. Dalton --
Silence, faith, and (the call to) goodness : a response to Jeffrey Hanson / Stephen Minster --
The greatests of these : toward a phenomenology of agapic love / Drew M. Dalton --
A tale of two logics : some further questions about agape : a response to Drew M. Dalton / Jeffrey Hanson --
True religion : a response to Drew M. Dalton / Bruce Ellis Benson --
"You are not far from the Kingdom" : Christianity as self-disruptive messianism / Bruce Ellis Benson --
The liturgy of hermeneutics : midrash as open religion with religion : a response to Bruce Ellis Benson / Drew M. Dalton --
Perhaps still a bit farther off than we think : engaging Bruce Ellis Benson / J. Aaron Simmons --
Conversations on religion with or without religion / Merold Westphal --
On not settling for an abridged edition of postmodernism : radical hermeneutics as radical theology / John D. Caputo.
|Responsibility:||edited by J. Aaron Simmons & Stephen Minister.|
"Draws on both continental and analytic philosophy to challenge the prominent paradigm of a 'religion without religion' proposed in a deconstructive philosophy of religion; the authors offer instead a philosophical basis for practicing determinate religions that rejects binary options between undecidability and safety, or between skepticism and dogmatism"--Provided by publisher.
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