This article aimed to provide a critical appreciation of a postfoundational practical theology
as developed by Julian Müller and a further exploration of this approach towards a public
Christology. The logos of Christology is crossed out, but not erased as it is not a new theory
or system or dogma, but rather a spirituality. Such a public Christology was unpacked as a
postmetaphysical reformed spirituality in the three publics of academia, society and church.