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Volker Küster

Volker Küster is Professor of Comparative Religion and Missiology at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany. He explores the interconfessional, intercultural and interreligious dimensions of Christian faith by employing methods such as hermeneutics, aesthetics, communication theory, postcolonial critic, globalization theory, and cultural studies. He is the author of many books, including The Many Faces of Jesus Christ; A Protestant Theology of Passion Korean Minjung Theology Revisited; and God/Terror: Ethics and Aesthetics in Contexts of Conflict and Reconciliation.

Essays

Minjung Theology as a Dialogue Bridge? The Crucified People of Asia and Their Struggle for Subjectivity

Volker Küster provides a response to the book The Hong Kong Protests and Political Theology from an intercultural perspective

Fred Moten

Moten’s prophecy bespeaks aesthetic registers in ordinary (Black) life, but he denies that the aesthetic is redemptive.