In this study, Paul S. Chung charts the history of social scientific study of religion from the axial age to the present day, and thereby lays a foundation for a new model of constructive theology in the comparative study of religion, culture and society. Analysing the thought of Max Weber, Alfred Schutz, Pierre Bourdieu, Michel Foucault, Edmund Husserl, Max Horkheimer and others, Chung deals effectively with material interests, power relations and the history of race, gender and sexuality. The result is a synthesis that is at once innovative, critical, and applicable to current methodology in theology and the social sciences.
Publisher - The Lutterworth Press
Author(s) - Paul S. Chung
Published Date - October 27 2022
ISBN - 9780227177655
Dimensions - 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.5 cm
Page Count - 256
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