Chapter 1: Thinking relationally; Chapter 2: Questioning atonement; Chapter 3: Reclaiming the tradition; Chapter 4: Irenaeus; Chapter 5: Gregory of Nyssa; Chapter 6: Anselm; Chapter 7: Abelard; Chapter 8: Community and related questions; Chapter 9: Politics of Redemption.
Adam Kotsko is Visiting Assistant Professorof Religions at Kalamazoo College (USA). His current research interests include 20th century European philosophy and early Christian thought.
"Kotsko's writing is quite clear, concise, and engaging. His writing style makes the argument of the book easy to follow while allowing its profundity to break through...The Politics of Redemption is a text that should be read by all theologians in order to gain a better understanding of the atonement while also seeing where the doctrine may open new avenues of thought: thus, Kotsko offers a major theological achievement." --Nathan Crawford, Anglican Theological Review