Do the theological projects of liberationist, queer, and feminist thinkers require moving beyond monotheism? Does theological monotheism reflect the actual experiences of the divine? Laurel Schneider addresses key tensions in contemporary ideas of God and asks whether monotheism is appropriate to the condition of our world today.
Central to this work is the notion that individual and communal experiences of divine presence, of revelation, are real and authoritative, while also being manifold and irreducible. Beyond Monotheism is a cutting-edge work that presents theology for a democratic and pluralist twenty-first century.