theologies of relationality

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It’s the Genes! It’s the Hair! It’s “Cooperativity”: An Evolutionary Account of Populism

Have a look at my new post for Counterpoint Navigating Knowledge on populism from an evolutionary perspective. Click here

Relational Views of Humanness: The Reciprocity of Ontos and Telos

  Have a look at my May 3, 2019 article on relationality as our human ontology (human nature)  and our human telos (our aim in life) Studies in Christian Ethics or read in the Articles tab of this site under Theologies of Relationality

Commonwealth & Covenant book selected by U.N.

Commonwealth and Covenant: Economics, Politics, and Theologies of Relationality, my 2016 book, has been selected by the United Nations program, Education for Justice, “a key component of the Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration,” to be distributed in their materials to “educators, academics, policy-makers, parents, students, teacher training institutes, and curriculum developers throughout … Continue reading

How is covenant a basis for public policy?

Have a look at my chapter in Religion and Democracy on making covenant and the common good the guide to economic and political policies. Click here or type into your browser: Religion and Democracy image 

Who is Trump really helping (2)

Trump promised to help us ordinary Americans. Given his approach to trade , who is he really helping? Click here

Reprinted in Religion & Ethics: What do we forgive in the Lord’s Prayer?

my piece — click here–on economics, debt, and the Lord’s prayer was re-printed in Religion & Ethics, after its first publication in Living Church/Christian Living.

What do we forgive in the Lord’s Prayer: Theology and economics

check out my new piece on the history and theology of debt and its applications today

A new “contract” for America: Covenant

Have a look at this new piece in Commonweal magazine on how sacrifice, covenantally and reciprocally understood, should be America’s new policy framework.

Populism, Nativism, Isolationism–Trump’s trump?

Check out my new Commonweal article on why Trump appeals to so many. Click here

The latest conversation, 15, in my series on relationality & public policy is now live!

Click here to watch the latest conversation, relationality in the Judaic tradition, in my series on relationality as a framework for public policy

Christian Humanist Interview with Marcia Pally

Listen to The Christian Humanist interview with Marcia Pally on Commonwealth and Covenant and on relationality, economics, and politics.  Click here

Conversation 10 in my series: Relationality in Public Policy

the newest conversation, #10, in my series on theologies of relationality as a framework for public policy is now in YouTube. Click here.

Conversation 9 in my series Relationality & Public Policy

Have a look at the latest conversation in my series on relationality as a framework for economic and political policy. Click here

Sacrifice, politics, covenant in Religion & Ethics

Have a look at my article on sacrifice and covenant as a framework for politics Click here

OpEd News interview with Marcia Pally

here’s Rob Kall’s detailed interview with me on Commonwealth and Covenant: Economics, Politics, and Theologies of Relationality. Click here and scroll down for audio or read the rough transcript.  

Marcia Pally

Professor Marcia Pally

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New Release: Commonwealth and Covenant: Economics, Politics, and Theologies of Relationality

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Commonwealth and Covenant: Economics, Politics, and Theologies of Relationality (2016), nominated for the Grawemeyer Award in religion.and selected by the U.N.'s Committee on Education for Justice to be distributed to “educators, academics, policy-makers...throughout the world.”

Mimesis and Sacrifice

Mimesis and Sacrifice (Ed., 2019), this edited volume by an inter-disciplinary and international groups of scholars looks at the ethics of how notions of sacrifice are used in contemporary life, from the military and business to gender relation and politics.

America’s New Evangelicals

America's New Evangelicals

The New Evangelicals (2011), a brief history of American evangelicalism and in-depth interviews of evangelicals who have left the right.