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The Spirit, Religions, and the World as Sacrament: A Response to Amos Yong’s Pneumatological Assist

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This article responds to Amos Yong’s critique of the author’s Introducing Radical Orthodoxy by focusing on two themes: (1) his analysis of the tension between my creational, participatory or sacramental ontology and my more antithetical assertions regarding the Church as a unique polis; and (2) the question of apologetics, dialogue, and interreligious engagements. In response, I develop an intensity account of participation that applies to both ontology and theology of culture.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Philosophy, Calvin College, 1845 Knollcrest SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546, USA, Email: jkasmith@calvin.edu

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2007-10-01
2016-10-01

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