These essays reflect possibilities and practices of radical democracy and radical ecclesia that take form in the textures of relational care for the radical ordinary. Hauerwas and Coels point out political and theological imaginations beyond the political formations, which seems to be the declination and the production of death. The authors call us to a revolutionary politics of 'wild patience' that seeks transformation through attentive practices of listening, relationship-building, and a careful tending to places, common goods, and diverse possibilities for flourishing.
Publisher: James Clarke & Co Ltd
Number of pages: 378
Weight: 553 g
Dimensions: 229 x 153 mm
'This book gives me hope. It takes the conversation over Christianity and democracy in a most welcome direction; away from ism-mongering and abstractions, down to earth, where instructive and inspiring examples can be found' - Jeffrey Stout, Princeton University 'This book is indispensable for those seeking to animate democratic spirituality' - William E. Connolly, Johns Hopkins University
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