Radical Orthodoxy Online | resources and information

Radical Orthodoxy is a theological movement--or better, sensibility--operating across many Christian traditions, in dialogue with other non-Christian traditions, and working alongside other academic disciplines such as politics, economics, the natural sciences, social and cultural theory. An outline of central themes can be found in Radical Orthodoxy: A New Theology, eds. John Milbank, Catherine Pickstock, and Graham Ward (Routledge, 1998).

The Radical Orthodoxy series is a collection of monographs published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis. For a list of texts, see the bibliography below.

Work that shares the sensibility of Radical Orthodoxy also appears in the following book series:

For a comprehensive introduction, see James K.A. Smith, Introducing Radical Orthodoxy: Mapping a Post-Secular Theology (Baker Academic/Paternoster, 2004).

A nearly exhaustive bibliography of resources related to Radical Orthodoxy (both pro- and con) is now available to download as a .pdf file. This bibliography is maintained by Jerry Stutzman, Calvin Theological Seminary. To recommend an addition, contact him at jstutzm4 @ calvinseminary.edu.

[Last updated 15 August 2007; includes a new "Multimedia" section; updates and additions are now listed at the beginning of the bibliography]

For some related resources, visit:

French Radical Orthodoxy Site (maintained by Denis Sureau)

The Ekklesia Project

The Society for Continental Philosophy and Theology

The Centre of Theology and Philosophy, directed by John Milbank and Conor Cunningham at the University of Nottingham

[last updated 13.08.2007]