A Theology of Conversation

An Introduction to David Tracy

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Stephen Okey
  • Collegeville, MN: 
    Liturgical Press
    , November
     248 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
Review coming soon!

Review by David Pellauer forthcoming.


Sometimes described as "a theologian's theologian," David Tracy's scholarship has impacted countless thinkers around the globe. The complexity of his thought, however, has often made engaging his work into a daunting challenge. Combining analysis of the most influential features of Tracy's theology (theological method, the religious classic, public theology) with a retrieval of his more overlooked interests (Christology, God), Stephen Okey presents the essential themes of Tracy's career in accessible and insightful prose.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Stephen Okey is Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Religion at Saint Leo University in Saint Leo, Florida, where he teaches courses in Catholic theology and ethics.

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