Radical Orthodoxy

@article{Grumett2011RadicalO,
  title={Radical Orthodoxy},
  author={David Grumett},
  journal={The Expository Times},
  year={2011},
  volume={122},
  pages={261 - 270}
}
  • D. Grumett
  • Published 1 March 2011
  • Philosophy
  • The Expository Times
The newest theological direction to be covered in this series, Radical Orthodoxy was launched in 1999 by Cambridge theologians John Milbank, Catherine Pickstock and Graham Ward. It sought to contest secular culture and the sidelining of theology from academic and public discourse by demonstrating the insufficiency of any account of reality that excluded religion or theology. Key themes have included culture, participation, gift, liturgy, erotic desire and the body. 
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