After God (Religion and Postmodernism) by Mark C. Taylor
By Mark C. Taylor
Religion, Mark C. Taylor argues in After God, is extra complex than both its defenders or critics imagine and, certainly, is far extra influential than any folks become aware of. Our international, Taylor keeps, is formed by means of faith even if it truly is least noticeable. religion and price, he insists, are unavoidable and inextricably interrelated for believers and nonbelievers alike.
The first accomplished theology of tradition because the pioneering paintings of Paul Tillich, After God redefines faith for our modern age. This volumeis an intensive reconceptualization of faith and Taylor’s such a lot pathbreaking paintings but, bringing jointly a number of strands of theological argument and cultural research 4 a long time within the making.
Praise for Mark C. Taylor
“The distinguishing function of Taylor’s profession is a fearless, or even reckless, orientation to the recent and to no matter what demanding situations orthodoxy. . . . Taylor’s paintings is playful, perverse, rarefied, inventive, and infrequently brilliant.”—New York instances Magazine
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