George Lindbeck is one of the most influential and important of post-war American theologians. His books and essays generate debate not only among his fellow Lutherans but also among other Christains as well as Jews and students of religions in the academy more generally. The goal of this anthology is to collect key samples of his enterprise, especially for readers who may no none or few of his books and articles. By characterising Lindbeck's Christian theology as at once evangelical, catholic and postliberal, we are able to understand what describing this theology as a radical tradition might mean as well as locate some of his critics. This volume provides a superb introduction to all those interested in Lindbeck's thought as well as to the significant debates surrouding postliberalism.