Theological Implications of Object-Oriented Philosophy

An increasing number of new books are engaging speculative realism and¬†object-oriented ontology in terms of their implications for theology and philosophy of religion. A good anthology of approaches is The Future of Continental Philosophy of Religion, edited by Clayton Crockett, B. Keith Putt, and Jeffrey W. Robbins. One of the chapters in that book (“TheContinue reading “Theological Implications of Object-Oriented Philosophy”