Renewing the Tradition: The theological project of James Alison - James’ profile by Grant Kaplan, an associate professor of systematic theology at Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., published by the America magazine.
VIDEO James Alison talks about his theological project following an introduction to his work (see above) by Grant Kaplan in America magazine:
We didn’t invent sacrifice, sacrifice invented us: unpacking Girard’s insight (text, pdf, epub, Italian PDF) - James’ contribution to the International Theological Journal “Concilium” 2013(4) on the Ambivalence of Sacrifice.
Monotheism and idolatry: Preface to a conversation (text, pdf, epub) - Presentation for the Colloquium on Mimetic Theory and Islam (Heythrop College, University of London, 5-7 November 2013).
PDF Exploring the New Paradigm: Girard and the Christianity of the 21st Century - the transcript of the session with Brian McLaren and James Alison recorded at the 2013 Colloquium on Violence and Religion held at the University of Northern Iowa.
AUDIO On Religion, Violence and Mimetic Theory [scroll down the page] - a discussion between Brian McLaren - podcast regular, activist, author and emerging church pioneer - and James Alison which took place on 13 July at the end of the 2013 COV&R Conference in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
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