Theopolitical Visions

Series editors:
Thomas Heilke D. Stephen Long and C. C. Pecknold

Theopolitical Visions seeks to open up new vistas on public life, hosting fresh conversations between theology and political theory. This series assembles writers who wish to revive theopolitical imagination for the sake of our common good.

Theopolitical Visions hopes to resource modern imaginations with those ancient traditions in which political theorists were often also theologians. Whether it was Jeremiah's prophetic vision of exiles seeking the peace of the city, Plato's illuminations on piety and the civic virtues in the Republic, St. Paul's call to a common life worthy of the Gospel, St. Augustine's beatific vision of the City of God, or the gothic heights of medieval political theology, much of Western thought has found it necessary to think theologically about politics, and to think politically about theology. This series is founded in the hope that the renewal of such mutual illumination might make a genuine contribution to the peace of our cities.
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  1. Between the Icon and the Idol

    Artur Mrowczynski-Van Allen

    Cascade / NOV 2013

    "The totalitarian state clearly intends to eliminate all those forms of organic community that rival the absolute loyalty of the individual to the state. This god is a jealous god. . . .... read more »
  2. Theological Ethics in a Neoliberal Age

    Kevin Hargaden

    Cascade / OCT 2018

    Throughout his ministry, Jesus spoke frequently and unabashedly on the now-taboo subject of money. With nothing good to say to the rich, the New Testament—indeed the entire Bible—is far... read more »

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