The September 2015 issue of our journal, Political Theology, is now online. This issue includes three fine articles spanning historical and contemporary issues in political theology, from Augustine’s City of God to natural law to a theological analysis of the concept of vulnerability. This issue’s book reviews cover a range of topics on theoretical and practical global problems in the field of political theology.
Anna Rowlands’s guest editorial on Laudato si’ will appear here on the blog tomorrow.
In Memoriam: Peter Losonczi (Aakash Singh)…. 415
Laudato si’: Rethinking Politics (Anna Rowlands)…. 418
Pilgrim’s Progress In Society: Augustine’s Political Thought In The City Of God (B. Hoon Woo)…. 421
Natural Law and Our Contemporary Institutions (Charles R. Pinches and David Matzko McCarthy)…. 442
Towards a Political Theology of Vulnerability: Anthropological and Theological Propositions (Sturla J. Stålsett)…. 464
Andrew Shanks, A Neo-Hegelian Theology: The God of Greatest Hospitality (Andrew Brower Latz)…. 479
Mark Adams, Minerva Carcano, Gerald Kicanas, Kirk Smith, and Stephen Talmage, Bishops on the Border: Pastoral Responses to Immigration (Susan Bigelow Reynolds)…. 481
J. Carney, Rwanda Before the Genocide: Catholic Politics and Ethnic Discourse in the Late Colonial Era (Anna Floerke Scheid)…. 483
Akeel Bilgrami, Secularism, Identity, and Enchantment ( Lucas Scripter)…. 485
Brain Steensland and Philip Goff, Eds., The New Evangelical Social Engagement (Andrew C. Wright)…. 488