Ars Disputandi: The Online Journal for Philosophy of Religion vol:4 c:vabb:327239
In this review article, the author provides an in-depth review of LeRon Shults’s proposal for reforming theological anthropology. Shults aims to reform theological anthropology in a truly relational way. His proposal for a relational theology is rooted in the turn to relationality in philosophy and science. While the author finds many interesting insights in Shults’s proposal, he argues that the book suffers from a lack of integration, and that the concept of relationality is not sufficiently developed.