‘Theology’ is taken to include theologies of all kinds, besides a predominant concern with the implications of orthodox Christian theology in particular. ‘Philosophy’ is intended in the most ample possible sense, to include all the various schools (Eastern and Western, Ancient, Medieval and Modern, Continental and Analytic) and disciplines. ‘Politics’ is taken to indicate not only the entire practical branch of philosophy but, more particularly, the ways in which such a Christian philosophical theology broadly-construed can be operative in the midst of situations, practices, relations, orderings of lived existence.
RO:TPP intends to combine the academic and the current, the intellectual and the popular. To this end, the journal will present pieces of varying length (taking full advantage of the flexibility offered by the online format) while also publishing work of a more artistic or poetic mode---be it fiction, poetry, or art. We hope to include articles by both academics (established and emerging) and those engaged in other modes of writing and activity.
Issue 2.1 now out!
The latest issue of Radical Orthodoxy: Theology, Philosophy, Politics (Vol. 2, No. 1) is now out. Please click here to view the table of contents and begin reading.
For this issue we have an updated Editorial Team:
Christopher Ben Simpson
Seth Lloyd Norris Thomas
Addition to the Editorial Board:
Sadly, EJ Lowe has had to be removed from the advisory board in light of his death at the beginning of 2014. For a message from Dr. Conor Cunningham on this matter, please see the following:
Eric Austin Lee
Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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Table of Contents
|Editorial Board + Table of Contents|
|Eric Austin Lee|
|Foucault's Polyphonic Genealogies and Rethinking Episteme Change via Musical Metaphors|
|Cynthia R. Nielsen|
|The ‘Spiritual Christology’ of Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI: An Exposition and Analysis of its Principles|
|Peter John McGregor|
|Divine Economy, Divine Liturgy: Liturgical Theology as a Retrieval of Figural Interpretation|
|Can Modern Science be Theologically Salvaged?: Reflections on Conor Cunningham’s Theological and Metaphysical Evaluation of Modern Evolutionary Biology|
|Adorno’s Culture Industry: An Anthropological Critique|
|The New Politics of Association: An Interview with Maurice Glasman|
|What’s the Use of a Skeleton Key for Christian Theology?: A Report on an Essential Problematic in Kathryn Tanner’s Christ the Key|
|William Christian Hackett|