Table of contents for After God / Mark C. Taylor.

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Contents<!Typesetter: PLEASE INSERT FOLIOS after each entry!>
 Figures and Tables
 Acknowledgments
 Introduction
	1.	Theorizing Religion
Religion Visible and Invisible
Against Theory
Networking Symbols
Three Ways of Being Religious
2.	The Protestant Revolution
The Divided Subject
The Invisible Hand
Privatization, Decentralization, Deregulation 
3.	Subjectivity and Modernity
Freedom and Representation
Figuring Subjects
World as Work of Art
4.	Religious Secularity
Immanence and Transcendence
Incarnation and Trinity
Self-Embodiment of God
Theology and Theory
5.	Eclipse of the Real
 Deaths of God
Consuming Images
Cultivating Diversity
6.	Recovering the Real
Counterculture
Securing the Base					vii
Marketing the New Age
Base Closures
7.	Religion without God
Refiguring Life
Emergent Creativity
8.	Ethics without Absolutes
		Guide for the Perplexed
		Fluid Dynamics
Notes
Index
viii

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Religion -- Philosophy.
Religion -- Philosophy -- History.
Church history.
Postmodernism -- Religious aspects.
Civilization -- 20th century.
Religion and civilization.