But Zižek's work on Christianity often overwhelms students of theology. To be sure, Zižek's style of argumentation is unusual and his concepts are complex. But the more basic problem is that his work on Christianity is a further development of a broader intellectual project established in many volumes produced in the course of the 1990s. This book will bring students of theology up to speed on this broader intellectual project, with an eye toward what brings Zižek to an explicit engagement with Christianity and how both his earlier and more recent works are relevant for theological reflection.
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