This chapter argues for a radical interpretation of agnosticism. A commitment to the radical theological project of unveiling the consequences of the death of God in culture, creating new languages appropriate to our situation, should welcome a theological enterprise that largely brackets the focus on God and instead makes primary the religious experiences and human possibilities open to those who remain oriented to the question of God that they nonetheless desire remain unanswered.
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Boscaljon, D. (2018)., Agnostic theology, in C. D. Rodkey & J. E. Miller (eds.), The Palgrave handbook of radical theology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 499-510.
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