Katharine Sarah Moody

Dr Katharine Sarah Moody (PhD, Lancaster University) is currently a Research Associate in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, where she is working as part of the Philosophy and Religious Practices Network. Her research focuses on the intersection of contemporary philosophy of religion, radical theology and the empirical study of Christianity. She is the author of Radical Theology and Emerging Christianity: Deconstruction, Materialism and Religious Practices (Ashgate, forthcoming) and Post-Secular Theology and the Church: Truth, Tradition, Transformation? (Wipf and Stock, forthcoming). She is also co-editor (with Steven Shakespeare) of Intensities: Philosophy, Religion and the Affirmation of Life (Ashgate, 2012). Follow her on Twitter at @KSMoody.

Contributions by Katharine Sarah Moody

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Resisting Conformity at the Margins of Marginal Christianity

Acknowledging the difficulties surrounding the identification and definition of a subject of study that is not only deliberately diverse but also intentionally resistant to definition, Ganiel and Martí nonetheless discern within emerging Christianity a distinct religious orientation built around the practice of deconstruction. In what her interviewer has reckoned to be the first Religious Studies Project podcast to focus solely on the study of an expression of contemporary Christianity,...

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