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The Postmodern God

Paperback|Nov 1997
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"The Postmodern God" introduces students and researchers to contemporary thought and how it could affect tomorrows theology.


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"The Postmodern God" introduces students and researchers to contemporary thought and how it could affect tomorrows theology.
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Graham Ward (Ed)

Graham Ward is Professor of Contextual Theology and Ethics at the University of Manchester. He is the author of numerous articles published throughout the world on theology, critical theory and literary theory. His previous books include Barth, Derrida and the Language of Theology, Theology and Contemporary Critical Theory, The Postmodern God, Radical Orthodoxy, Balthasar at the End of Modernity, and most recently Politics of Discipleship, The: Becoming Postmaterial Citizens. He is also editor of the journal Literature and Theology.

  • Introduction: Graham Ward. Part I: Selected Texts: Georges Bataille:
  • Introduction: Craig James (university Of Cambridge). Text: From Theory Of
  • Religion. Jacques Lacan: Introduction: Cleo Mcnelly Kearns (rutgers
  • University And New Brunswick Theological Seminary). Text: "the Death Of
  • God." Emmanuel Levinas: Introduction: Robert Gibbs (university Of
  • Toronto). Text: "god And Philosophy." Roland Barthes: Introduction:
  • Valentine Cunningham (oxford University). Text: "the Struggle With The
  • Angel": Textual Analysis Of Genesis. Rene Girard: Introduction: Gerard
  • Loughlin (university Of Newcastle Upon Tyne). Text: From Job: The Victim
  • Of His People. Michel Foucault: Introduction: Mary Mcclintock Fulkerson
  • And Susan J. Dunlap (both Duke Divinity School). Text: From The History Of
  • Sexuality. Michel De Certeau: Introduction: Fritz Bauerschmidt (loyola
  • University). Text: "how Is Christianity Thinkable Today?" And "white
  • Ecstasy." Jacques Derrida: Introduction: Kevin Hart (monash University).
  • Text: From How To Avoid Speaking: Denials. Luce Irigaray: Introduction:
  • Grace Jantzen (university Of Manchester). Text: "equal To Whom?" Julia
  • Kristeva: Introduction: Pamela Sue Anderson (university Of Sunderland).
  • Text: From In The Beginning Was Love. Part Ii: Selected Essays: Rebecca
  • Chopp: "from Patriarchy Into Freedom: A Conversation Between American
  • Feminist Theology And French Feminism." Jean-yves Lacoste: "liturgy And
  • Kenosis" From Experience Et Absolu. John Milbank: "postmodern Critical
  • Augustinianism." Jean-luc Marion: "metaphysics And Phenomenology: A
  • Summary For Theologians." Catherine Pickstock: "asyndeton: Syntax And
  • Insanity." Gillian Rose: "new Jerusalem, Old Athens" From The Broken
  • Middle. Edith Wyschogrod: "saintliness And Some Aporias Of
  • Postmodernism" From Saints And Postmodernism.

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