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Disturbing Politics: Neo-Paulinism and the Scrambling of Religious and Secular Identities

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One of the most remarkable characteristics of recent cultural theory is its obsession with the early Christian apostle Paul. With this interest in Paul as contemporary cultural theory, a panoply of modern identities find themselves obsolesced, scrambled, or otherwise useless. This essay attempts to find new points of orientation within those scrambled identities that have appeared with this new Paul, and the essay does so by exploring the idea that we are now repeating a Pauline moment of kairos, that apocalyptic moment in which meaningful transformation of the world may occur.
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Keywords: Agamben; Badiou; Paul; apocalyptic; critical theory; postmodern; Žižek

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2007

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