Theopolitical Visions Series (15 vols.)
by 16 authors Leithart, Peter J., Budde, Michael L., Anderson, Braden P., Kerr, Nathan R., Hauerwas, Stanley, Coles, Romand, Fitch, David E., Waalkes, Scott, Marshall, Christopher D., Mansueto, Anthony E., Harink, Douglas, Ryan, Mark, Santos, Gabriel A., Hollon, Bryan C., Bourne, Richard, Nugent, John C.
Theopolitical Visions seeks to open up new vistas on public life, hosting fresh conversations between theology and political theory. This series assembles writers who wish to revive theopolitical imagination for the sake of our common good.
Theopolitical Visions hopes to re-source modern imaginations with those ancient traditions in which political theorists were often also theologians. Whether it was Jeremiah’s prophetic vision of exiles “seeking the peace of the city,” Plato’s illuminations on piety and the civic virtues in the Roman Republic, St. Paul’s call to “a common life worthy of the Gospel,” St. Augustine’s beatific vision of the City of God, or the gothic heights of medieval political theology, much of Western thought has found it necessary to think theologically about politics, and to think politically about theology. This series is founded in the hope that the renewal of such mutual illumination might make a genuine contribution to the peace of our cities.
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- Addresses contemporary topics, including globalization, church missions, and democracy
- Discusses the relationship between theology and political theory
- Includes insights from ancient and modern philosophers and scholars
- Christianity, Democracy, and the Radical Ordinary: Conversations between a Radical Democrat and a Christian by Stanley Hauerwas and Romand Coles
- Christ, History and Apocalyptic: The Politics of Christian Mission by Nathan R. Kerr
- Redeeming the Broken Body: Church and State after Disaster by Gabriel A. Santos
- Everything Is Sacred: Spiritual Exegesis in the Political Theology of Henri de Lubac by Bryan C. Hollon
- Seek the Peace of the City: Christian Political Criticism as Public, Realist, and Transformative by Richard Bourne
- The Fullness of Time in a Flat World: Globalization and the Liturgical Year by Scott Waalkes
- Paul, Philosophy, and the Theopolitical Vision: Critical Engagements with Agamben, Badiou, Zizek, and Others edited by Douglas Harink
- The Death of Secular Messianism: Religion and Politics in an Age of Civilizational Crisis by Anthony E. Mansueto
- The End of Evangelicalism? Discerning a New Faithfulness for Mission: Towards an Evangelical Political Theology by David E. Fitch
- The Politics of Practical Reason: Why Theological Ethics Must Change Your Life by Mark Ryan
- The Borders of Baptism: Identities, Allegiances, and the Church by Michael L. Budde
- The Politics of Yahweh: John Howard Yoder, the Old Testament, and the People of God by John C. Nugent
- Chosen Nation: Scripture, Theopolitics, and the Project of National Identity by Braden P. Anderson
- Between Babel and Beast: America and Empires in Biblical Perspective by Peter J. Leithart
- Compassionate Justice: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue with Two Gospel Parables on Law, Crime, and Restorative Justice by Christopher D. Marshall
- Title: Theopolitical Visions Series
- Series: Theopolitical Visions
- Publisher: Wipf & Stock
- Volumes: 15
- Pages: 4,412