Oxford University Press (2020)

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Michael Rea
University of Notre Dame
Michelle Lynn Panchuk
Murray State University
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This book addresses the various ways in which key social identities--for example, race, gender, and disability--intersect with, shape, and are shaped by traditional questions in analytic theology and philosophy of religion. The book both breaks new ground and encourages further analytic-theological work in these important areas of research.
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