theologian. Milbank is one of
the central figures of the Radical Orthodoxy movement in British theology,
which combines resources and insights drawn from postmodern philosophy with a
radical reappropriation of Christian tradition and practice.
His major works are Theology and
Social Theory: Beyond Secular Reason (1990) and The
Word Made Strange: Theology, Language, Culture (1997).
Milbank has argued that the social sciences are often covertly based upon
nihilist or anti-Christian assumptions.
by: Thomas Dixon
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