T&T Clark Reader in Political Theology brings together some of the most important, up-to-date scholarly texts published on this subject. Edited by accomplished scholars this single-volume reader fills the gap in the existing literature.
Including readings from Augustine, Aquinas, Schmitt, Moltmann, Martin Luther, John Howard Yoder, Niebuhr and Hauerwas, this reader analyses and discusses major classical, medieval and modern texts and figures from the field of political theology. These texts are grouped by topic to allow students to have a clear understanding of the development of political theology.
The volume presents a range of pedagogical features - introductions, suggestions for further readings, discussion questions - that allow students to read, interpret and critically engage with the major issues in political theology.