'Faith and Ideologies' continues to develop the key concepts that Segundo had previously analyzed in 'The Liberation of Theology'. He does this with great incisiveness and profundity both on the anthropological and the theological levels, while dialoguing with such partners as Bateson, Pannenberg, and Tracy in the West and Marx, Machovec, and Lukacs in the East. The book . . . is must reading for those exploring the frontiers of contemporary theology.
--Alfred T. Hennelly
author of 'Theologies in Conflict:
The Challenge of Juan Luis Segundo'