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AbstractCritical theory represents the dominant theoretical framework currently deployed in the humanities, yet it is a framework that many theologians have been slow to engage. The recent 'postcritical' turn in critical theory, however, has striking affinities with several key concerns of Christian theology, as is becoming increasingly recognised. This article suggests that dialogue between critical theory and theology can be mutually beneficial, particularly in relation to hamartiology. Itdoi:10.1017/s0036930622000242 fatcat:423a7amu3jfs7daj5bneeiijpe