This book deals with intercarnation, which emphasizes the intermittencies, intervals, and interdependencies of world relations. The intercarnation here holds the doctrine of the incarnation accountable to the messianic mattering of all flesh. The essays in this book all do some version of entangled difference: Indeed, the phrase may be considered a paraphrase of intercarnation. With theology itself, as the formalized discourse of the Western religions, in question among most thinking people, difference cannot be appeased by various feminist or materialist or ecumenical supplements. Some of the essays of this volume consider the legacy of feminist theology, which has destabilized the foundations of theology and inserted itself into any live future of theology, while others examine a planetary politics for a theology in search of its future. Topics range from transfeminist entanglements and materialism to theopoetics, messianic indeterminacy, postcoloniality and process cosmology, and a political theology of the earth.
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