Why Christ and the other? -- The Christology of John Hick : partially shaken -- The Christology of Newbigin : partially shaken -- An alternative vision : biblically shaken -- The shaken one and the other within -- The shaken one and the other beyond -- The shaken one and the invisible other -- Conclusions and recommendations.
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How should we relate to 'others' - those within a particular tradition, those of different traditions, and those who are oppressed? In the light of these anxieties, this book offers a vision, rooted in community with others and building on the work of Andrew Shanks, of Christ as 'the Shaken One'. Shaped through dialogue with the theologies of John Hick and Leslie Newbigin, Adams urges Christian communities to attend more deeply to the demands of ecumenical, dialogical and political theologies, to build an ever greater 'solidarity of others' - a quality of community better demonstrating Christl.