Talking Theology: Gunjević on Milbank and Radical Orthodoxy

Boris Gunjevic

Concordia Seminary recently hosted a forum with Croatian scholar Dr. Boris Gunjević. Dr. Gunjević is a pastor in the Evanglical Lutheran Church of Croatia and teaches in the Theological Faculty Matthias Flacius Illyricus at the University of Zagreb. He has also been guest tutor at Westfield House, Cambridge. His publications include a debate with philosopher Slavoj Zizek, titled God in Pain: Inversions of Apocalypse

The title of the paper is “The Radical Orthodoxy of John Milbank – Some Remarks on Methodology and Ecclesiology.”

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  1. Jeff Wild December 1, 2012
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    The recording seems to hang and then end after minute 51. Was there any question and answer period? That would have been very interesting to hear.

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