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Title Theology and civil society / edited by Charles Pemberton.

Published New York : Routledge, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource (208 pages)
Series Routledge studies in religion ; Volume 59
Contents chapter Introduction / CHARLES PEMBERTON -- part Part I Civil society as a sphere of association -- chapter 1 Faith in action: lessons from Citizens UK's work in East London / JANE WILLS -- chapter 2 Perspectives of change: faith-based organisations and climate change action / ANNA HUXLEY -- chapter 3 When political theology takes an ecclesial turn, who is left out in the cold? Revisiting Manchester's Oxford Road with Graham Ward / Graham Ward AL BARRETT -- part Part II Civil society as a sphere of mediation -- chapter 4 Politics in the cyber-city / MICHAEL RAUBACH -- chapter 5 Foundation, but foundation only: considerations regarding Hegel's account of religion, the modern state and civil society / FRIEDRIKE SCHICK -- chapter 6 Theology and exclusion: from charity to advocacy to deep solidarity / JOERG RIEGER -- part Part III Theo-political re-imaginings of civil society -- chapter 7 Liberalism and the pre-modern: a theological appreciation of the politics of Jo Grimond / BEN WOOD -- chapter 8 'With the pertinacity of bloodhounds': Hegelian comments on an old text of Fr. Daniel Berrigan's / ANDREW SHANKS -- chapter 9 Embedding state and market institutions in civil society: faith, fraternity and the building of an ethical economy / ADRIAN PABST.
Summary "From food banks to migrant welcome committees, and community organisers to internet based campaigners, civil society is central to the North Atlantic social landscape. Theology and Civil Society advances our understanding of what civil society is and offers a theologically informed re-imagining of our shared social life.Prefaced by a foreword by the Rev. Dr Rowan Williams, this book explores contemporary manifestations of the kind of collective action observed in civil society since the 1800s. It then examines civil society as the sum of modern associations which mediate our relationships to the market and the state, but which cannot be identified fully with either the market or the state. Finally, three different perspectives on civil society are presented using insights from theologians such as John Milbank and Georg Hegel. This is a pertinent topic for contemporary society, and it is explored expertly here by an international panel of contributors. As such, it is an important volume for any scholar of Theology and Religious Studies and their interactions with Sociology and Politics."--Provided by publisher.
Other author Pemberton, Charles (William Leech Research Fellow), editor.
Subject Civil society -- Religious aspects.
ISBN 9781315209456 (e-book : PDF)
9781351806688 (e-book: Mobi)
9781138630369 (hardback)
Standard Number 10.4324/9781315209456