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  1. Andrew Shanks (2011). Against Innocence: Gillian Rose's Reception and Gift of Faith. Ars Disputandi 11.
     
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    June Jones & Andrew Shanks (2013). Laid Bare: Religious Intolerance Within Online Commentary About 'Bare Below the Elbows' Guidance in Professional Journals. [REVIEW] Health Care Analysis 21 (3):271-281.
    The decision by the Department of Health to introduce amendments to the uniform and workwear policy for the NHS in response to increasing problems with infection control seemed uncontroversial. There was, however, some difficulty with implementing the policy, which arose largely because of the conflict this caused for staff who wished to keep their arms covered for reasons which stemmed from religious beliefs. This paper uses textual analysis to examine how those reasons and challenges were discussed in online commentary within (...)
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  3. Andrew Shanks (2015). Hegel Versus 'Inter-Faith Dialogue': A General Theory of True Xenophilia. Cambridge University Press.
    The term 'inter-faith' is a recent innovation in English that has gained significant traction in the discussion of religious diversity. This volume argues that the concept of faiths in the plural is deeply problematic for Christian theology and proposes a Hegelian alternative to the conventional bureaucratic notion of inter-faith dialogue. Hegel pioneered the systematic study of comparative religion. In line with Hegelian principle, Andrew Shanks identifies faith as an inflection of the will towards perfect truth-as-openness. In relation to other religious (...)
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  4. Andrew Shanks (1999). In Defence of ‘Mythical Theology’. Cultural Values 3 (2):244-249.
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  5. Andrew Shanks (2000). Peace. In Adrian Hastings, Alistair Mason & Hugh Pyper (eds.), The Oxford Companion to Christian Thought. Oxford: Oxford University Press
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  6. Andrew Shanks (2007). The Other Calling: Theology, Intellectual Vocation and Truth. Blackwell Pub..
    What is the true calling of the intellectual? In this provocative new book, Andrew Shanks presents a distinctive fresh answer. The Other Calling is a systematic riposte both to the elitism of philosophy in the heritage of Plato, and to the typical individualism of Plato's philosophic opponents. Here, instead, intellectual integrity is identified with a form of priesthood. Asserts that intellectuals are critical to bringing together the common aspirations of a community Offers a strikingly original approach to the moral and (...)
     
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  7. Andrew Shanks (2001). The Solidarity of the Shaken. In Anton van Harskamp & A. W. Musschenga (eds.), The Many Faces of Individualism. Peeters 12--185.
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    Andrew Shanks (2001). What is Truth?: Towards a Theological Poetics. Routledge.
    In a culture where institutional religion is in decline there is a pressing need for new theological strategies. Andrew Shanks argues for a fresh 'theological poetics', providing an eloquent and original first step towards meeting these needs and an alternative strategy for reconciling Christian theology with poetic truth.
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