3. Žižek, Atonement Theory, and Pentecostal Theology after Metaphysics


  • Matthew Del Nevo



Note from the editor: an abstract would defeat the purpose of this article. It needs to be read, not summarised. What I can do is take the unusual step of citing the referee, John Capper, who responded:

There is something very integrated about the form and content: voice and vision. It is three leagues away from any caricatured norm, and will not be tamed. Meaning seeking words – antithesis of the norm; horizon stretching; grounded in the air, thus engaged; stimULATIINNNGGGGG.

Few will engage the meaning, and perhaps there is none. This is not the journal for this article, and yet it is…

It is Led Zeppelin to the clipped lawn of Hillsong.

This is an article that will annoy and enrich me (i don't yet know which will be stronger).

Author Biography

Matthew Del Nevo

Matthew is Academic Dean and Director of Research at Broken Bay Institute in Sydney




How to Cite

Del Nevo, M. (2014). 3. Žižek, Atonement Theory, and Pentecostal Theology after Metaphysics. Australasian Pentecostal Studies, (--). Retrieved from https://aps-journal.com/index.php/APS/article/view/140