'... the distinctive contribution of Liberation Theology after the End of HIstory lies in its focus on liberation theology, a movement which has not normally been given prominence in Radical Orthodoxy.'
- Church Times'Liberation Theology After the End of History is of value to anyone interested in engaging with the distinctive and increasingly influential quasi-sectarianism espoused by Hauerwas and his followers.'
- Andrew Dawson, University College Chester, Journal of Contemporary Religion'A brief sumary cannot do justice to the wealth of insight and creativity that distinguishes this work.'
- Paul Lakeland, Fairfield University, Religious Studies Review'This is a tightly argued and in some ways prophetic book, which deserves a wide readership, and is thoroughly deserving of the commendations it has already received.'
- Martyn Percy, University of Sheffield, Reviews in Religion and Theology
About the Author
Daniel M. Bell, Jr. is Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics at Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. He has previously published articles on Latin American liberation theology in Communio, Modern Theology, Journal for Peace & Justice Studies
, and Journal of Religion and Society