Category: Justice

Against Cruelty

I do not know what political theology ideally ought to be. But I do know that, minimally, it should not be cruel.

Justice, The Politics of Scripture

For Christians resistance must mean re-anarchizing Christianity, that is, imagining the church as a different kind of political body that transgresses national and racial and class borders in creative ways.

Justice, The Politics of Scripture

Are Abortion Arguments Rationally Indeterminable?

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Forget Schmitt!

Political Theology Must Follow Agamben’s “Double Paradigm” of Sovereignty. The following is the guest editorial for the current issue of the print journal Political Theology (Volume 19, Issue 1, February 2018). 

Justice, The Politics of Scripture
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Morality can never have as its aim anything besides what is right in its own right regardless of the incentives or consequences.

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The social is no longer a predicament, but a project.

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