cosmopolitan theology: reconstituting planetary hospitality, neighbor-love, and solidarity in an uneven world (book review)

Namsoon Kang’s Cosmopolitan Theology represents a great feat for post-identity politics and theologies. It is a book of impossibilities, dreaming of new ways to theologize and work for justice for the entire world. For this project, Kang takes up cosmopolitan theory. Yet, like with any theory comes a set of responsibilities. Kang, channeling Deleuze, believesContinue reading “cosmopolitan theology: reconstituting planetary hospitality, neighbor-love, and solidarity in an uneven world (book review)”