In recent decades, theologians and philosophers of religion have been engaged in a vigorous debate about the status and nature of ecclesiology, and of community. In that discussion, theologians have found resources in political philosophy, particularly communitarianism and political liberalism. In this book, Peter Dula turns to Stanley Cavell to see how his work might illuminate contemporary theological discussions - in particular, how his understanding of companionship might usefully complicate the communitarian-liberal divide and how his diagnosis of philosophical skepticism provides resources for engaging theological skepticism.

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