The Future of Theology
by Jeffrey Robbins
Is theological thinking still viable in a secular culture where individuals define themselves as “spiritual but not religious”? Jeffrey Robbins responds by exploring the legacy of radical theology which grew out of the path-breaking work of Bonhoeffer, Bultmann, Tillich, “death of God” theologians, and emerging theologians of today. How can the radical theology launched by these figures inspire and produce the kind of social changes we might hope to see?
© 2016 by Westar Institute
Jeffrey W. Robbins is Chair and Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Lebanon Valley College and the author or editor of many books, most recently Radical Theology: A Vision for Change. Learn more
This lecture took place at the Westar Institute Fall 2016 Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.