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The Predicament of Postmodern Theology

Paperback|Nov 2001
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Hyman explores in depth two antithetical schools of postmodern theology: the Rradical orthodoxyS of John Milbank and the Rnihilist textualismS of Don Cupitt. Hyman critiques Milbank's influential project from a postmodern perspective, then points out the major difficulties with Cupitt's...


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Hyman explores in depth two antithetical schools of postmodern theology: the Rradical orthodoxyS of John Milbank and the Rnihilist textualismS of Don Cupitt. Hyman critiques Milbank's influential project from a postmodern perspective, then points out the major difficulties with Cupitt's approach. Finally, he explores the work of Mark C. Taylor and Michael de Certeau to articulate a Rthird wayS that leads beyond the responses of both Cupitt and Milbank.
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Gavin Hyman explores in depth two antithetical schools of postmodern theology--the "radical orthodoxy" of John Milbank and the "nihilist textualism" of Don Cupitt. Hyman critiques Milbank's influential project from a postmodern perspective, and then points out the major difficulties with Cupitt's approach. Finally, he explores the work of Mark C. Taylor and Michael de Certeau to articulate a "third way" that leads beyond the responses of both Cupitt and Milbank.


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Gavin Hyman

Gavin Hyman is Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Lancaster in England. He has written numerous scholarly articles in journals such as "Theology", "New Blackfriars", "The Heythrop Journal", and "Literature and Theology".

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