Everyday Theology Reviewed

As you may know, I’m one of the contributors to Everyday Theology. The Spring ’08 Journal of Religion and Popular Culture carries a review by Bucknell University’s Paul Macdonald. I don’t agree with all of his conclusions, but it’s hard not to like the following:

The best essays, in my view, engage the most substantive and provocative cultural texts and trends: for example, The United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights (a text) and transhumanism (a trend), both raise important theological questions about the nature of the human person as well as the future of the human person, and thus rightly deserve more serious theological attention.

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