Reflexivity and Rapprochement: Explorations of a ‘Postsecular’ Public Theology
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractAccounts of secularization, decline and marginalization in relation to the public position of religion in Western society have failed to account for the continued vitality and relevance of religion in the global public square. It is important, however, to challenge simplistic accounts and think of the new visibility of religion (not least in Europe) in terms of complexity and multi-dimensionality. This article will ask how public theology might contribute constructively to repairing our fractured body politic and promoting new models of citizenship and civic engagement around visions of the common good.
CitationGraham, E. (2017). Reflexivity and Rapprochement: Explorations of a ‘Postsecular’ Public Theology. International Journal of Public Theology, 11(3), 277-289. DOI: 10.1163/15697320-12341496
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