Carlos D. Colorado is assistant professor in the Department of Religion and Culture, University of Winnipeg. Justin D. Klassen is sessional instructor in the Religious Studies Department at Trinity Western University. Contributors: Ruth Abbey, Ian Angus, Carlos D. Colorado, Eric Gregory, Jennifer A. Herdt, Leah Hunt-Hendrix, Paul D. Janz, Justin D. Klassen, Charles Mathewes, William Schweiker, Bruce K. Ward, Joshua Yates.
Aspiring to Fullness in a Secular Age . . . offers a host of analyses of the religious and theological threads running throughout Taylor's oeuvre. --Publishers Weekly The importance of Charles Taylor's theological commitments for his broader reflections on modernity and social theory is only matched by their incompleteness. This engaging collection of essays ferrets out and evaluates these commitments . . . . I highly recommend the volume for shedding light on Taylor's complex, crucial, yet often opaque theological claims. --Theological Studies In Aspiring to Fullness in a Secular Age, Carlos Colorado and Justin Klassen have gathered twelve eminently capable scholars, a mix of renowned commentators and newer academics, to guide us in viewing the role of religion and theology in Taylor's work . . . . With its accessible length, helpful index and incisive commentary, Aspiring to Fullness offers an excellent guide for entry into Taylor's large and growing work in the field. --Theologische Literaturzeitung,