Andrew Stone Porter is currently serving a one-year appointment as Assistant Professor of Theology & Religious Studies at Bellarmine University. In May 2021 he completed a Ph.D. in Ethics & Society from the Graduate Department of Religion at Vanderbilt University. His work has appeared in the Journal of Religious Ethics and The Other Journal, with an article forthcoming in the American Journal of Theology & Philosophy. He lives in Louisville, KY with his partner, Shannon, and their three children.
The rise of political theology in the twenty-first century is correlated to the eclipse of liberation theology in the twentieth—but recent works by Michael Hogue, Adam Kotsko and Karen Bray suggest the emergence of a futural theopolitics challenging the sacred/secular binary.