Amos Yong has this to say about Commonwealth and Covenant: Economic, Politics, and Theologies of Relationality:
Questions about the one-and-the-many have persisted over millennia. Some in monotheistic traditions emphasize the former, to the exclusion of the latter; in reaction, philosophies and theologies of pluralism have emerged more recently exploring the “the many,” but verge onto political anarchism and consumerist excess. Marcia Pally’s Commonwealth and Covenant opens up a broad and generous middle way, one that is interdisciplinarily informed, historically rooted, philosophically robust, and theologically foundational. Any sustainable program for a common global future will need to heed and implement in some respect this relational vision.
~ Amos Yong, Fuller Seminary