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Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton comments on Commonwealth and Covenant

Here’s what William Storrar, Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton says about Commonwealth and Covenant:

Has the West lost its pizzazz and gravitas?”, asks Pally at the start of Commonwealth and Covenant. Not if we read this magisterial study of relationality in Western theology and culture, brimming as it is with her signature brio and erudition as a leading thinker on religion and society. With an original and compelling thesis as her lantern, Pally lights up not only the history of ideas with dazzling insight but also our present parlous state with hopeful remedy. Read this book – how the West can recover its élan and equipoise.”

— William Storrar, Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, NJ

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Marcia Pally

Marcia Pally

New York University, Fordham University, and annual guest professor at the Theology Faculty of Humboldt University, Berlin. Research interests: religion, culture, and politics and the intersection of language and culture.

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