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The new visibility of religion [electronic resource] : studies in religion and cultural hermeneutics / editors, Michael Hoelzl, Graham Ward.

Contributor(s): Hoelzl, Michael | Ward, Graham, 1955-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Continuum resources in religion and political culture: Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, c2008Description: 1 online resource (vi, 219 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781441182043 (electronic bk.); 1441182047 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Religion and sociology | Religion and politics | Social Science | RELIGION -- History | TRAVEL -- Special Interest -- Religious | Kulturelle Entwicklung | Hermeneutik | Religi�oser PluralismusGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: New visibility of religion.DDC classification: 200.9/0511 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Revising secularization theory / James Sweeney -- Five ways of relating religion and politics, or, Living in two worlds : believer and citizen / Patrick Riordan -- Secularism, faith, and freedom / Rowan Williams -- The bloody skin of the victim / Ren�e Girard -- The ambiguous cachet of victimhood : on violence and monotheism / Wolfgang Palaver -- Monotheism and violence / Terry Eagleton -- The art of disappearing : religion and aestheticization / Yves de Maeseneer -- The re-enchantment of the world and the end of modern art / Peter Weibel -- "The end is nigh" : a reflection on the relationship between media and religion / Alexander Darius Ornella -- Radical orthodoxy ten years on : the return of metaphysics / John Milbank and Graham Ward -- Politics and the new visibility of theology / Peter Manley Scott -- Religion after detraditionalization : Christian faith in a postsecular Europe / Lieven Boeve.
Summary: This is a unique collection of essays that brings together contributions from theology, aesthetics, social and political science, philosophy and cultural theory to examine the surge in the public visability of religion.
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Revising secularization theory / James Sweeney -- Five ways of relating religion and politics, or, Living in two worlds : believer and citizen / Patrick Riordan -- Secularism, faith, and freedom / Rowan Williams -- The bloody skin of the victim / Ren�e Girard -- The ambiguous cachet of victimhood : on violence and monotheism / Wolfgang Palaver -- Monotheism and violence / Terry Eagleton -- The art of disappearing : religion and aestheticization / Yves de Maeseneer -- The re-enchantment of the world and the end of modern art / Peter Weibel -- "The end is nigh" : a reflection on the relationship between media and religion / Alexander Darius Ornella -- Radical orthodoxy ten years on : the return of metaphysics / John Milbank and Graham Ward -- Politics and the new visibility of theology / Peter Manley Scott -- Religion after detraditionalization : Christian faith in a postsecular Europe / Lieven Boeve.

This is a unique collection of essays that brings together contributions from theology, aesthetics, social and political science, philosophy and cultural theory to examine the surge in the public visability of religion.

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